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Video “Adaptation and Blue Carbon in Mexico”

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Photo © GIZ / Florian Kopp

Mexico’s coastal wetlands are key for people’s adaptation to climate change. The project “Adaptation and Blue Carbon” is the first adaptation project funded by the national Climate Change Fund created by the General Law of Climate Change. The BMU-IKI project Mainstreaming EbA, implemented by GIZ, supports the communication of its success story.

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