In the centre of Borneo island are two projects that protect patches of peat swamp forest three times the size of Singapore.
Once threatened with destruction by palm oil and mining firms, these two privately run businesses were early movers in a United Nations-backed scheme called REDD+ that rewards investors who protect nature and fight climate change.
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