How many countries have achieved carbon neutrality?


Niue is a small island nation in the South Pacific Ocean, situated between Tonga, Samoa and the Cook Islands, and known for its limestone cliffs and coral-reel dive sites. .


Madagascar is a rainforest nation that claims to be a net carbon sink in its NDC.


Gabon has an estimated 2.3 million people and 88% of the country is covered by forests. 


Consisting of four volcanic islands located off the coasts of Tanzania, Mozambique and Madagascar, Comoros also says it is a net carbon sink in its NDC. 


Guyana is an Amazon nation on the northern coast of South America, which is also among countries with the largest rainforest cover in the world (85%). 


The Atlantic rainforests of Panama cover 65% of its land, enabling this country of 4.5 million inhabitants to be a net carbon sink. 


The country is home to more than 10,000 species of plants and more than 33% of its landmass is protected. 


The country is among the most forested nations in the world, with 93% forest cover and low deforestation. 


Considered one of the most sustainable countries in the world due to its intensive organic farming, 


the tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan has been protecting its forests since the 1970s, when King Jigme Singye Wangchuck pushed for an economy built on sustainable forest management, rather than deforestation.

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