Trade plus Aid is inviting participants from the South African farming community to collaborate in the opportunity being presented by a stable international investor interested in combating climate change, and addressing rural poverty across southern Africa.
Trade plus Aid has been granted sufficient funds to bundle an initial 22 commercial farms in South Africa as a UN climate change program under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM).
All costs involved in implementation and administration of this emission reduction program - from the registering, in accordance with the requirements of the UN, to the installation of lagoon digesters with electrical generation equipment, and the annual project verification will be covered with the funds raised by Trade plus Aid.
Trade plus Aid will utilise the funds from the resulting emission reductions traded, to cover the installation and maintenance costs of the installed equipment on each farm. The electricity generated will be available to the farm (for use on the farm) at no charge.
Trade plus Aid has submitted the initial documentation to the South African governing body and has received a letter of no objection and comments of enthusiasm by return. The program is ready to progress as a matter of priority.
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