UPDATE – Ghana notches REDD agreement with World Bank carbon fund
Ghana will take in up to $50 million for protecting its forests under the World Bank’s Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCFP), becoming the third African nation to sign the REDD deal seen as a base for possible international emissions trade.
*Updates with further details on this week’s Forest Carbon Partnership Facility Carbon Fund meeting in Washington DC*
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