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Follow up on The Implementation of the Mangrove Planting Project to Benefit from Carbon Credit

On February 4th, 2023, the Deputy Director General of the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources and Acting Director General of the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources together with the Director of the Mangrove Resources Conservation Division Director of the Office of Marine and Coastal Resources no.1 and staff under Visit the area to inspect the implementation of the Fiscal Year 2023 work plan and follow up on the implementation of the mangrove planting project to benefit from carbon credits for outsiders for the year 2022 in the area under the responsibility of the Office of Marine and Coastal Resources no. 1 in the target area for the year 2022, 26 plots with an area of ​​1,902 rai.

This opportunity has visited the area to check the readiness of the targeted areas under the mangrove planting project to benefit from the carbon credits of the targeted areas in the year 2022 and the plots that have been planted already and instructed the Office of Marine and Coastal Resources No. 1 to expedite the mangrove planting plot staff to coordinate with project developers. Accelerate the operation of mangrove forest planting by the established regulations and plans, and survey areas that are ready and suitable to determine the target area of ​​the mangrove planting project for the benefit of carbon credits for the year 2023, report to the DMCR so that public relations can be made for interested parties to participate in the project.


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