In a special World Environment Day op-ed, Aban Marker Kabraji, Regional Director for IUCN Asia and Director of IUCN’s Regional Hub for Asia-Oceania, writes about grassroots initiatives and efforts to engage the private sector that IUCN and Mangroves for the Future are already undertaking.
In Trat, residents of Mairood are showing how local action is not only possible and replicable, but also empowering and lasting. Through a project initiated by Mangroves for the Future (MFF), a joint IUCN and UNDP programme that provides grants across 11 countries, the community has started sorting, composting and recycling waste, and is looking to reduce collected waste by 80%.
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By IUCN News.