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Rimba Raya Reserve in Indonesia

Tropical forests in Indonesia’s Central Kalimantan province had been destined for conversion to palm oil plantations. The Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve protects the forest by helping local people to improve their livelihoods without destroying the forest.

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Gyapa stoves in Ghana

This project makes insulated and efficient cookstoves available to people in Ghana. The Gyapa stove cooks food more quickly than conventional cookstoves, requires less fuel and produces fewer smoky fumes. This protects families health, while using less fuel both boosts disposable household income and helps to protect Ghana’s dwindling forests. The project also creates skilled employment opportunities for local manufacturers.

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Rural biogas in Vietnam

Half the population of Vietnam live on less than $2 a day and 16% do not have access to electricity. This award winning, government-supported Climate and Development project is tackling the issue, transforming the lives of rural smallholders by using livestock waste to produce clean, reliable and cost effective energy.

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Gola Rainforest Protection

Gola Rainforest National Park ensures that the 70,000-hectare Park and its 70,000-hectare buffer zone are better protected and threats of encroachment are minimised. The long-term plan is enabling government, communities and national NGOs to manage this entire landscape sustainably to benefit local communities and wildlife such as the critically endangered Western Chimpanzee.

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Aqua Clara: water purification in Kenya

ClimateCare is working with The Aqua Clara International to bring affordable, sustainable and safe solutions to communities throughout Kenya. Aqua Clara Kenya  – one of East Africa’s inaugural B-Corps employs local people to distribute and (in some cases) construct a range of water filtration systems in communities across Kenya.

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