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Kenya carbon offsetting project has ‘serious failings’, report finds 

Animals grazing on grasslands in Kenya
The Northern Kenya Grassland Carbon Project seeks to enable greater vegetation growth by replacing traditional grazing with ‘planned rotational grazing’. (Photo: Antony Trivet/Pixabay)

As part of its “Blood Carbon” campaign, human rights group Survival International has alleged in a report that a soil carbon project in Kenya does “not present a credible case for its carbon additionality”. The Northern Kenya Grassland Carbon Project, which began in 2013, seeks to enable greater vegetation growth in ...

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