Regional Coastal Biodiversity Project

The Project’s purpose is to address threats to and conserve biodiversity in targeted coastal-marine areas and associated upland ecosystems throughout Central America, to decrease degradation of forest and mangrove landscapes to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and increase resilience to climate change,

and to enhance climate-smart economic opportunities and sustainable use of natural resources (“biocommerce” ).

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Agency for International Development

Agency: Agency for International Development

Office: El Salvador USAID-San Salvador

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Leicester Social Enterprise Guides Future Generations To Deliver Sustainable, Environmental Impact

Leicester Social Enterprise Guides Future Generations To Deliver Sustainable, Environmental Impact

Bina Sitaram, a 40-year old former senior garment technician in the fashion industry, has created a social enterprise that affords young students lessons in healthy living by holding gardening, cooking and arts and crafts sessions.

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