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REDD+ on the ground: Perspectives on carbon forestry from Cross River

For the University of British Columbia, we have produced a comic about carbon offset schemes in Nigeria and how forest conservation schemes impact the local communities that have been living in these forests for centuries. In theory these programs are about environmental protection and providing an income to communities for protecting the forest; the reality is one of empty promises and oppression.

You can read the comic below, or download the PDF.



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Daryl Talbot

A great message with good art.

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