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Leading the Way for the Future of Nature-Based Solutions to Climate Change.
On 17th May 2022, The Natural Climate Solutions Alliance launched the NCS Lighthouses, and the Luangwa Community Forests Project (LCFP) was one of them!
The NCS Lighthouses highlight Natural Climate Solution examples based on methodological and technological advances focused on mitigating environmental and social risks and generating positive environmental impacts and socio-economic benefits. They elevate the successful human, environmental, and climate stories behind these initiatives.
The NCS Lighthouses selected based on screening criteria developed by an NCSA Taskforce comprised of NGOs, businesses, and solution providers, have demonstrated alignment to the NCSA’s quality principles for NCS credits, as presented within ‘Natural Climate Solutions for Corporates’.
Check out the full list of all six Lighthouses here:
Luangwa Community Forests Project – Zambia
The Conservation Coast – Guatemala
Rimba Raya – Indonesia
Mai Ndombe REDD+ – DRC.
Sumatra Merang Peatland Project – Indonesia
Katingan Mentaya Project – Indonesia
For the bio’s on each of the projects and to find out more about NCS Lighthouses head over to the World Business Council for Sustainable Development’s page here.
“I felt exceptionally proud to represent BCP’s Luangwa Community Forests Project as a panelist for Natural Climate Solutions Alliance’s first NCS Lighthouse event yesterday. It was a great opportunity to share our own journey, and to hear those of my fellow panelists, sharing insight, lessons learned, and the way forward on how to best mitigate climate change through nature-based solutions”.
Nic Mudaly, BCP ICEO.
We wish to thank the WBCSD – World Business Council for Sustainable Development and Natural Climate Solutions Alliance for hosting us and allowing us to share BCP’s journey with the World!