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John Vermilye
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Diana Denke
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Mark Beeston
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Elizabeth Francis
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Luc Cuyvers
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Alexis Wilkman
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Juliette Schack
 

 

         

 

 

ADVISORS

 

 

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Frank Vorhies
African Wildlife Economy Institute (AWEI)
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Dorothée Herr
International Union for the Conservation of Nature
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Dan Laffoley
International Union for the Conservation of Nature
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Emily Landis
The Nature Conservancy
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Carl Gustaf Lundin
Mission Blue

 

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Jennifer Howard
Conservation International
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Leah Glass
Blue Ventures & Silvestrum Climate Associates
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Eva Schoof
Plan Vivo Foundation
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Suraj A. Vanniarachchy
Macquarie Group
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Rajesh Chandy
Wheeler Institute

   

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James Kairo
Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute
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Mark Huxham
Edinburgh Napier University
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Dan Friess
National University of Singapore
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Ben Brown
Charles Darwin University
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Magaret Owuor
University of Bern

       

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Sigit Sasmito
National University of Singapore
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Sebastian Thomas
QIC & Curtin University
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Jared Moore
National University of Singapore
 
 

 

 

KNOWLEDGE PARTNERS

 

 

       

       

                                                            

 

 

 

COLLABORATIVE RELATIONSHIPS

 

 

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Fair Carbon is a proud member of the Global Mangrove Alliance (GMA), an international commitment to protect and restore mangrove habitats worldwide. The GMA is comprised of an international community of conservation leaders such as the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, The World Wildlife Fund, The Nature Conservancy, and Wetlands International.

 

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The World Economic Forum's (WEF) Mangrove Working Group aims to strengthen ecosystems and communities through enhancing blue carbon markets. In collaboration with other NGOs and companies, the group provides expertise and knowledge to enable companies and investors to conserve and restore mangrove forests.

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The Blue Carbon Forum is a collaboration between scientists, policymakers, academics, and NGOs to centralize the role of blue carbon in addressing climate change. Members of the Forum support the ecological, biological, and social benefits of blue carbon markets and provide a future path for new projects.

 

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