Blue carbon projects in PNG and Indonesia awarded A$3 mln in grant funding from Australia

Published 07:29 on February 2, 2023  /  Last updated at 07:35 on February 2, 2023  / Mark Tilly /  Asia Pacific, Australia, Other APAC

The Australian government has committed A$3 million ($2.1 mln) in grant funding to four blue carbon projects in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, as the region looks to financially benefit from preserving and restoring their coastal ecosystems.
The Australian government has committed A$3 million ($2.1 mln) in grant funding to four blue carbon projects in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, as the region looks to financially benefit from preserving and restoring their coastal ecosystems.


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