Welcome to CarbonSink Development Initiatives



CarbonSink is a network of young environmental professionals, founded as a Non-Governmental Organization to implement research and developmental projects on climate change mitigation and adaptation. Our interests lies in creating synergies between the developed and the developing countries, especially the most vulnerable, through climate change resilience projects. Our activities span across local, national and international level, with a team of dynamic passion-driven young leaders that have acquired diverse professional expertise and training all around the world.

 


Climate Change Reality


As the climate threats increases, discussion intensifies and pressure to take actions mounts on the industrialized countries most responsible for the changes in the climatic variations. Even though many of the developed countries are shifting towards a sustainable future, scientists have continually express concerns that global temperatures will continue to rise for decades. The effects on each region will vary over time and its resilience level would be depended on the adaptive capacity of the society and the environmental systems of each region.                                                                                                                             


Close the Gap


We recognize there is no single solution to climate change, but we believe collective efforts to reduce human induced emissions, and actions towards mitigation and adaptation could reverse climate change overtime. Close the Gap is the concept of our approach towards sustainable future. We develop research, educational programs and developmental projects towards emissions reduction, mitigation and adaptation.  

 


                             Recent Publications   

 

                      

Opportunities for Climate Change Mitigation                     REDDplus with a focus on poverty 
Through Afforestation and Reforestation of                        reduction and development: Criteria for
Degraded Lands in The Sub-Saharan Africa                       good REDDplus activities that focus on 
                                                                                   poverty reduction and development

 

 

Latest News



First CFA workshop in Nigeria
In West Africa, land areas acquired by Government for forest conservation are designated as forest reserves. They are managed by appropriate Government agencies (usually the Forestry Department) on behalf of the public. In most cases, Government r...
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Research on Carbon Dynamics
With the financial support of the International Tropical Timber Organisation (ITTO), and in collaboration with Prof. Rob Harrison laboratory at the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences of the University of Washington, Seattle WA. CarbonSink...
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