The project enables the wide-scale distribution of efficient clean-burning cookstoves rural Nepal, improving health outcomes and reducing the use of biomass in participating households by as much as 2/3rds.
Papua New Guinea is the world’s largest exporter of tropical timber wood. Every year, the region loses approximately 1.4% of its forested land, and with it, critical habitat to some 5% of the world’s biodiversity, making it a crucial area for intervention.
The Southern Cardamom rainforest represents southeast Asia’s largest surviving rainforest habitat. Of the half a billion acres of rainforests that once covered SE Asia, now only about 5% remains; and 20% of that 5% is in Cambodia. Of that 5%, a vital portion of that is the Southern Cardamom REDD+ Project.