Summary of Six month Technical Progress Report July 2011-December 2011

Posted on 09 July 2012    
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Since the inception of WWF’s biggest project ever in South East Asia the Carbon and Biodiversity Project (CarBi) forest guards have spent 304 patrol days on the ground removing 2,553 snares, destroying 43 illegal logging/hunting camps and confiscating 10 cubic meters of illegal timber.

CarBi, intended to halt deforestation and degradation in the border areas of Southern Laos and Central Vietnam, so as to preserve carbon sinks and the area’s rich biodiversity, has made significant progress since its operational inception just over 6 months ago. Guards have been trained, outposts have been built, the CarBi staff unit has been assembled and governments and communities have been engaged...Read more...

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