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Re: Rapid spread of coconut lethal disease in the Zambezia region of Mozambique

Simon

Many thanks for your response, but some CICLY members may not be aware
of the exchanges about carbon trading that took place in the Google
coconut group following the release of your Mozambique report.

As the main concern of CICLY is lethal yellowing disease I would
request that anyone who who wants to discuss carbon trading/coconut
rehabilitation with you, should do so by going to
http://groups.google.com/group/coconut/browse_thread/thread/73c8a1caf4d370c8/


Many thanks for stimulating our interest.

Hugh
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--- In CICLY@yahoogroups.com, "sedengreen" <egc@...> wrote:

Hugh,

Thanks for drawing my attention to the exchanges about carbon trading
on the Coconut Groups site. I was interested and encouraged by the
information from Olivier Roupsard. It seems to me that carbon
trading is one area where coconut rehabilitation has a definite edge
on oilpalm development, in terms of attracting both government and
commercial corporate social responsibility (CSR) funding. Palm oil,
arguably a less carbon-friendly commodity, seems to have made the
running with CSR via the Sustainable Agriculture Initiative oilpalm
roundtable so maybe it is time for coconut protagonists to fight
back! However, in my view it is really up to producers and producer-
countries to lead this, through government, non-government or
commercial organisations that have sufficient clout to negotiate with
the various global "carbon brokers" that seem to be emerging, and
without this leadership there is not a lot that well-motivated
individuals like you and me can do about it. So come on you
producers - let us hear your plans. I am ready to try to help forge
links in any small way that I can but I doubt whether serious and
committed producer governments/organisations really need any help
from part-time consultants like me!

Best wishes,

Simon






Thu Jan 25, 2007 1:53 pm

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The following information was extracted from a message posted to the Google coconut group at http://groups.google.com/group/coconut The Millennium Challenge...
Hugh Harries
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Aug 14, 2006
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Executive summary, excerpts and conclusions of an assessment of Coconut Lethal Yellowing-type Disease (LYD) in Mozambique, November 2006 ...
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Jan 10, 2007
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Hugh, I visited the CICLY Group site with the intention of posting a note about this Mozambique report only to find that you had already done so! Thanks for...
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Jan 16, 2007
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Simon CICLY members who want to contact you can do so directly but I would like to encourage them, and you, to use the CICLY@yahoogroups.com address so that...
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Jan 16, 2007
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Hugh, Thanks for drawing my attention to the exchanges about carbon trading on the Coconut Groups site. I was interested and encouraged by the information...
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Jan 25, 2007
12:29 pm

Simon Many thanks for your response, but some CICLY members may not be aware of the exchanges about carbon trading that took place in the Google coconut group...
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Jan 25, 2007
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"Farmer Income Support Project ($17.4 million) Coconuts and coconut products form an important part of the economy in Northern Mozambique. However, outbreaks...
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Four Mozambican provinces to receive United States aid funding Maputo, Mozambique, 11 July The Mozambican provinces of Niassa, Cabo Delgado, Nampula and...
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