The Indonesia High Integrity Blue Carbon Market project aims to provide technical support to Indonesia for the development of a robust and high-integrity national blue carbon market. Outcomes of this project include increased and verifiable carbon sequestration in coastal blue carbon habitats and measurable financial and meaningful benefits for coastal communities from blue carbon projects (e.g., the carbon market).
Activities of the project will include technical consultation and workshops with international and Indonesian blue carbon market stakeholders, including government ministries and community members, support informed decision making within Indonesia. This project helps to fulfill a request for technical support support from Indonesia to Norway regarding the blue carbon market and is facilitated through Norway's Ocean for Development program.
The Cayal and Ufoyaal Kassa-Bandial marine protected areas (MPAs) were created in 2004 in the north and 2020 in the south of Senegal.
The 9,500 km2 Namibian Islands’ Marine Protected Area (NIMPA) is an iconic area of outstanding marine biodiversity.
GRID-Arendal is managing the development of updated Integrated Enviromental Assessment guidelines for UN Environment
This site provides a home for the international blue carbon community. It serves as a platform to share experiences and information...
The NBFN Top Ten Trends 2023 Report delves into key Norwegian, regional, and global shifts, showcasing progress and highlighting bottlenecks
This Story Map uses infographics & geospatial data to describe the various ways that marine life contribute to carbon storage in the ocean.
This appendix provides an inventory of the existing Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) and ratified National Determined...
If the world is to decisively deal with climate change, every source of emissions and every option for reducing these should be...
Healthy natural coastal ecosystems provide a vast array of important co-benefits to coastal communities around the world.