Paradise Valley Reforestation Project

Paradise Valley Reforestation Project

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This project served as part of a mega-event offset initiative and adaptation to restore vital ecosystem goods and services, as well as assisting in managing biodiversity and ensuring the sustainable supply of acosystem services under a climate changed future. It was the official COP17/CMP7 ecosystem offset project for the local component of the event's footprint. Alien plant species are being removed from the area and the area will be be planted with local indigenous tree species. This project will provide the catalyst for the development of a green economy and that ensures poverty alleviation and the protection of biodiversity and the related ecosystem services. These approaches are a key part of developing a 'climate smart' city.

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