A Partnership With The Government of Sindh

The Delta Blue Carbon Project

The Delta Blue Carbon Project – 1 (DBC – 1) is rooted in 350,000 hectares of Tidal Wetlands on the south-east coast of Sindh in Pakistan.

This incredibly rich and diverse landscape embodies exceptional potential to help contribute to climate change mitigation through its unique multi-functionality, coupled with the critical ecosystem services it provides.

The region, which looks out to the Arabian Sea, is home to a high biodiversity of benthic invertebrates.It sustains productive fisheries, serves as an important feeding ground for migratory shorebirds and supports the socioeconomic livelihoods of coastal villagers who collect shellfish and crabs.

These intertidal wetlands also provide fertile ground for sequestering and storing vast amounts of atmospheric carbon. The protection, restoration and sustainable management of this natural resource is being led by Indus Delta Capital in partnership with the Government of Sindh.

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Minister of Forest The Delta Blue Carbon Project

Muhammad Taimur Talpur

Message from the Chief Minister

SYED MURAD ALI SHAH

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Restoration On A Huge Scale
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Waltz Of The Mangroves

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January 18, 2023
Medical Camp
Medical Camp Delta Blue Carbon-1 (DBC-1) has partnered with SHINE HUMANITY, a well-respected NGO working in the health sector, to provide health services to local communities in […]
January 4, 2023
Community Monitoring
Community Monitoring DBC-1 project has been implementing a suite of activities for increasing income and improving well-being of local communities in the Indus Delta Area. These […]
March 25, 2022
Waltz Of the Mangroves
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The Majesty Of Mangroves
What makes these incredible plants a real eco-treasure Mangroves are amongst the most productive marine ecosystems on Earth. They provide a safe refuge for a host […]

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