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This post was written by Mark Moroge, vice president, natural climate solutions at Environmental Defense Fund.

Make no mistake: Providing more finance for tropical forest conservation is essential for stabilizing the climate, advancing sustainable, community-led development, and protecting the plants and animals that make our natural world so diverse and wondrous. Various tools can provide that finance. Many of these are being showcased in Egypt at the United Nations Climate Summit, taking place now.

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