Standards body refutes claims of not consulting local people in huge forestry project

Published 12:45 on December 20, 2022  /  Last updated at 13:24 on December 20, 2022  /  Americas, International, Nature-based, Paris Article 6, Voluntary  /  No Comments

A critical letter about the treatment of indigenous people in a jurisdictional forestry conservation project in Guyana involving the oil major Hess has been refuted by the standards body crediting the scheme, the jurisdictional Architecture for REDD+ Transactions (ART) programme.

A critical letter about the treatment of Indigenous people in a jurisdictional forestry conservation project in Guyana involving the oil major Hess has been refuted by the standards body crediting the scheme, the jurisdictional Architecture for REDD+ Transactions (ART) programme.

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