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Finding solutions for climate change mitigation that benefit small farmers

Researchers from the International Food Policy Research Institute are working in Ghana, Mozambique, Morocco and Vietnam to assess the contribution that small farmers can make to carbon markets and ways to link them to these markets.
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Probably keeping the poor with limited inputs will remain poorer, may be they may get little subsidy form of carbon credits. In reality who is releasing more GHGs should reduce and who is not he may be permitted to upgrade his production system.
posted by: RAVINDER RAJU AMBATI (10:29:53 Thu 10th May 2012)



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