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First African Emission Reductions Purchase Agreement for Soil Carbon Signed in the Hague: Kenyan Farming Project could be model for the Region

Kenyan Farming Project could be model for the region

The Hague, November 3, 2010 – Small-holder farmers in Kenya are set to reap the rewards of the first soil carbon project in Africa.  In the west of the country a group of farmers are changing practices and earning carbon credits.  In the process, the groundbreaking Kenya Agricultural Carbon Project is set to improve food security, help address climate change, and improve the lives and livelihoods of rural dwellers who live in poverty...

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