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Carbon trading spurs Tanzania's hunters and gatherers to conservation

In northern Tanzania's Yaeda Valley, Hadzabe hunter gatherer communities are protecting their savannah woodlands from encroachment by slash-and-burn farmers through a Payment for Ecosystem Services scheme. Eleven safari companies have already bought carbon credit certificates equivalent to 3,700 tonnes of carbon, in order to offset their emissions.
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