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Yuqing and Wenchang Household Biogas

This project supports farmers to build and maintain a household biogas digester in Yuqing (Guizhou province) and Wenchang (Hainan province) counties. Families reduce expenditure on fuel by 40%, whilst improving sanitation for them and their livestock. It also enables long-term access to a source of renewable, clean fuel for cooking and heating – replacing emissions-intense coal. Additionally, the project uses the income from carbon finance to support a network of service stations that provide technical support to households, creating sustainable, long-term jobs.

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Boor Farm woodland creation

This woodland project was planted in the winter of 2019/20 to create a new native woodland on the banks of Loch Ewe, in western Scotland. With a diverse species mix suitable to the region and local climate, this project is designed to promote natural regeneration, whilst extending areas of existing woodland, improving connectivity and enhancing the local landscape and habitat network.

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14Trees sustainable building in Malawi

This project seeks to introduce and promote the manufacture, distribution and use of stabilised soil bricks (SSBs) across Malawi.

Unlike traditional clay bricks, these do not require firing, meaning reduced emissions and deforestation, and biodiversity is protected.

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Bondhu Chula stoves in Bangladesh

The Bondhu Chula, which loosely translates as the ‘friendly stove’, has a combustion chamber that is designed to ensure a more efficient burn – reducing fuel use – and a chimney that takes harmful pollutants out of the house – reducing indoor air pollution.

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Wind in Maharashtra, India

Located in Maharashtra, India, this wind turbine project converts wind energy into renewable electricity, selling the power generated to the state grid. Importantly, they displace the need for electricity generated by fossil-fuel powered plants, in line with India’s renewable energy goals. The project developer has also invested in local healthcare and raising awareness of the importance of donating blood.

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Boreholes in Uganda

This borehole rehabilitation project provides much needed safe water to communities across Uganda by repairing damaged boreholes and drilling new holes. The boreholes will be maintained throughout the project’s 7-year lifespan and water quality is regularly checked to ensure it is safe for consumption.

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