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Global Green Carbon Enlists Field Technician for The Dja Biosphere Regional REDD+ Project

on 22-Jul-13

Chicago, IL - July 22, 2013 - Global Green Carbon (GGC) announced today that Sonya Chemouni Bach will serve as Field Technician for the Dja Biosphere Regional REDD+ Project in Cameroon. The Dja Biosphere Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is comprised of 620,000 hectare of forest in west-Central Africa threatened by deforestation and poaching.


Ms. Bach has been engaged to work with the Baka communitiies that live in the forests. She has previous experience as an intern for the Global Business Coalition for Health and as a program officer with Malaria No More in Yaounde, Cameroon.  Ms. Bach is a Public Health & Biology graduate of Columbia University with a strong focus on improving rural health in West Africa.

Global Green Carbon Corporation (GGC) is a worldwide project developer of carbon financed AFOLU (Agriculture, Forestry and Land Use) initiatives. GGC’s unique integrated land management strategy not only addresses one of the primary causes of global warming, but also rehabilitates degraded ecosystems, conserves bio-diversity, regenerates dwindling water resources and provides employment for marginalized communities. Pioneering projects using innovative strategies, Global Green Carbon is positioned to become a leader in the forest carbon industry.

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