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Switzerland’s Fair Carbon launches Blue Carbon Academy

Fair Carbon aims to lower market growth barriers and bring diverse voices together worldwide to co-create solutions by leveraging their knowledge of the various barriers that prevent projects from maturing and scaling

Fair Carbon has launched the Blue Carbon Academy, aimed at protecting and restoring the world’s coastal and marine ecosystems. It is a nonprofit based in Switzerland.

The Blue Carbon Academy is a resource that aims to make blue carbon knowledge accessible to all and support global communities in accessing blue carbon finance for effective coastal and marine restoration.

According to a press release by Fair Carbon, time is running out to reverse climate change, biodiversity loss, and land degradation. Blue carbon, which refers to carbon captured by the ocean and marine ecosystems like mangrove forests, seagrass meadows, and salt marshes, promises to be a powerful ally in this fight.

Fair Carbon believes that creating a high-integrity blue carbon market can finance the protection and restoration of these critical ecosystems while also providing a means to fairly reward the stewards who manage these lands by selling certified, high-quality blue carbon credits.

Diana Denke, As co-founder and CEO explains, that Fair Carbon aims to lower market growth barriers and bring diverse voices together worldwide to co-create solutions by leveraging their knowledge of the various barriers that prevent projects from maturing and scaling, from technical complexity to policy and regulatory challenges and access to finance.

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