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Net Zero Speaks with Srinivasan Keshav on the Permanent Additional Carbon Tonne


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Planet Classroom's latest Net Zero episode features Prachi Shevgaonkar interviewing Cambridge University's Srinivasan Keshav, unveiling the innovative "Permanent Additional Carbon Tonne" (PACT) method for carbon credit valuation. The method enhances forest conservation by transparently estimating carbon storage potential, encouraging investment in nature-based solutions. The episode, part of a series curated by the Protect Our Planet Movement and Planet Classroom, explores Keshav's contributions at the intersection of technology and sustainability. It emphasizes youth activism and education's role in combating climate change. The series aims to raise sustainability awareness and engage experts and youth activists globally. Watch Net Zero for more insights.


Net Zero Speaks with Srinivasan Keshav
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