Carbon Tanzania Documents
Carbon Tanzania's Interactive Impact Report 2019.
Carbon Tanzania's 2019 Impact Report highlights key outcomes from 2019 across the 3 projects in an easy to read interactive poster.
Carbon Tanzania Interactive Impact Report 2018.
Carbon Tanzania's 2018 Impact Report highlights the Yaeda Valley REDD+ project's major outcomes from 2018 in an easy to read interactive poster.
Carbon Tanzania Interactive Impact Report 2017.
Carbon Tanzania's 2017 Impact Report highlights the Yaeda Valley REDD+ project's major outcomes from 2017 in an easy to read interactive poster.
Carbon Tanzania Interactive Impact Report 2016.
Carbon Tanzania's 2016 Impact Report highlights the Yaeda Valley REDD+ project's major outcomes from 2016 in an easy to read interactive poster.
Carbon Tanzania Interactive Impact Report 2015
Carbon Tanzania's 2015 Impact Report highlights the Yaeda Valley REDD+ project's major outcomes from 2015 in an easy to read interactive poster.
REDD+ - A Model for Strengthening Land Rights - Marc Baker. 2016.
REDD+ as a proven model for strengthening indigenous land rights and improving livelihoods. Presented at IIED side event COP21 Dec 2015
Carbon Tanzania - Engaging in Carbon Offsetting
An outline of the process of offsetting your carbon emissions, in addition to details on our three levels of engagement; Carbon Aware, Carbon Smart and Carbon Elite.
Carbon Tanzania - Emission Assessment Options Available
Two different carbon emission assessment options are available with Carbon Tanzania; 1. a free Carbon Emissions Assessment and 2. a full Greenhouse Gas Audit
Carbon Tanzania in the Press
R. Trupin, T. Morgan Brown, H. Doulton and F. Nelson - Africa Biodiversity Collaborative Group. (February 2019)
Making Community Forest Enterprises Deliver for Livelihoods and Conservation in Tanzania. The study provides detailed case reviews of three different models of community forest enterprises.
Fred Nelson, Chira Shouten, Jessie Davie. (Swara October - December 2018).
Conservation Through Collaboration in Tanzania's Masai Steppe. Collaboration and innovation are bringing promise to pastoralists and wildlife that live in one of Tanzania’s most threatened places.Read the article here
Fred Nelson & Jeffrey Parrish - SSIR. (June 2018)
Developing New Models for Collaboration in Conservation. Three innovative ways groups can work together across organizational fiefdoms and disciplinary siloes to meet conservation challenges locally and globally.Read the article here
Dan Ashby & Lucy Taylor - Deutsche Weller Video. (December 2016)
Tanzania: Hadza Eco-Warriors Fighting for their Land.
Willy Lowry - Voice of America News video. (November 2016)
Tanzanian Tribe Turns to Carbon Offsets to Protect Ancestral Forests
Sophie Tremblay & Willy Lowry - Mongabay. (November 2016)
Ancient Hunter-Gatherer Tribe Protects Traditional Forest with Help from Carbon Trading.Read the article here
Arjen van der Sar - Club Africa. (October 2016).
KLM, Air France - Club Africa: The Business of Forest Protection with Carbon Credits.Read the article here
Allie Goldstein - Ecosystem Marketplace. (June 2016).
Things White People Like - As Told by a Hadza Tribesman.Read the article here
Jo Anderson, Marc Baker & Joris de Vries. (May 2016).
Stanford Social Innovation Review: Making it Our Business to Conserve Ecosystems (Not Just Elephants).Read the article here
Xioating Hou Jones. (December 2015).
International Institute for Environment and Development – Tackling Deforestation as Part of Climate Action.Read the article here
Finnigan Wa Simbeye - All Africa. (January 2015).
Tanzania: Carbon Tanzania Set to Double Project Area.Read the article here
Matt Miller. (October 2013).
Cool Green Science: Can Forest Carbon Markets Provide for a 40,000 Year Old Culture?Read the article here
Steve Zwick - Bionic Planet Podcast. (Episode 2 Part 1).
The 40,000 Year Old Question. Interviews with tribal leader Richard Baalow, legal expert Edward Lekaita, Marc Baker of Carbon Tanzania, Matt Brown from The Nature Conservancy and Gus Silva-Chevaz of Forest Trends.
Fred Nelson. (Swara July - September 2014).
Laws and Carbon Offset Give New Start for Lost Tanzanian Tribe - The Hadzabe.
Nike Doggart. (August 2012).
The Arc Journal: Tanzania Forest Conservation Group. Special Edition: Bringing together expereinces from 4 REDD pilot projects in Tanzania.
James Karuga. (June 2012).
New Agriculturist: Carbon Trading Spurs Tanzania's Hunter and Gatherers to Conservation.Read the article here
Third Party Publications
Christian Kiffner, et al (2019)
Land use, REDD+ and the status of wildlife populations in Yaeda Valley, northern Tanzania. Estimated annual trends of mammal species richness and wildlife densities in three REDD+ and three non-REDD+ land-use strata. April 2019
NTRI aims to seek a landscape where people and wildlife co-exist peacefully. Carbon Tanzania is proud to be one of ten conservation and development organisations that collaborate with NTRI to acheive their aim.Watch the video here
Caleb Stevens, Robert Winterbottom, Jenny Springer, Katie Reytar.
Securing Rights, Combating Climate Change: How Securing Commuity Forest Rights Mitigates Climate Change. (World Resource Institute & Rights and Resources.
Marion G Bastos, Will Ashley-Cantello, Ingrid Visseren-Hamakers, Aarti Gupta, Josefina Brana-Varela.
Forests Post - 2015: Maximising Synergies Between the Sustainable Development Goals and REDD+.
Mark McCormick, Paul Scruton. (2015).
(Info-graphic) An Atlas of Pollution: The World in Carbon Dioxide Emissions. Data published by the US Energy Information Administration.
Allie Goldstein, Gloria Gonzalez. (2014).
A report by Forest Trends Ecosystem Marketplace. Turning Over a New Leaf, State of the Forest Carbon Markets 2014
Hassan Sachedina & Fred Nelson (2012).
The Development of Payments for Ecosystem Services as a Community-Based Conservation Strategy in East Africa.