Tanzanian Tribe Turns to Carbon Offsets to Protect Ancestral Forests
Experts estimate the Hadzabe people have lived in the same area of northern Tanzania for more than 40,000 years. They are one of the world's last hunter-gatherer tribes, and they are fighting for survival. Since the 1960s, they’ve lost 90 percent of their land. But now, the Hadzabe have turned to a decidedly modern invention, the global carbon trading market, to help them preserve the forests they call home. For VOA, Willy Lowry has the story from the Yaeda Valley.