How Shea Trees Can Help Combat Climate Change

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  • Shea trees (used to make beauty products and foodstuffs) plays a huge role in climate change adaption as the parklands protect people, livestock and the climate.
  • Agroforestry Parklands are the third largest carbon sink in West Africa and do not need great land clearances for planting.
  • Shea is also one of the few crops that directly benefits women, as the industry generates $200 million USD for rural women farmers.

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