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Data Capture & Analysis to Assess Impact of Carbon Credit Schemes

@article{Rhode2017DataC,
  title={Data Capture \& Analysis to Assess Impact of Carbon Credit Schemes},
  author={Matilda Rhode and Omer Farooq Rana and Tim Edwards},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/1711.07574}
}
Data enables Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) to quantify the impact of their initiatives to themselves and to others. The increasing amount of data stored today can be seen as a direct consequence of the falling costs in obtaining it. Cheap data acquisition harnesses existing communications networks to collect information. Globally, more people are connected by the mobile phone network than by the Internet. We worked with Vita, a development organisation implementing green initiatives to… 

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