We are actively restoring nature worldwide in as many ways as possible. From Paraguay to Tanzania, our projects aim to prevent deforestation and provide us with a greener, more biodiverse and more resilient world.
Million Trees being Planted
Ha of Land to be Restored
Tons of CO2 to be Captured
Jobs to be Created
This investment in what is a sustainable forest management process also helps conserve water in one of Kenya’s key catchment areas.
The project has multiple locations, however, most of the trees are planted in three villages in the Yoko Sub Division in the Centre Region of Cameroon spanning an area of 2,300 – 3,000 hectares.
DGB and AIAT, focus to manufacture and distribute efficient cookstoves to people by providing them with efficient, locally-manufactured stoves in this project.
In this project, we targeted reducing deforestation to decrease CO2 that is released into the atmosphere through the use of fires by providing them with efficient, locally-manufactured stoves in Ntui and Ndjeke.
Bulindi Chimpanzee Habitat Restoration aims to rapidly restore declining chimpanzee habitat in Bulindi, Uganda, through active afforestation.
The Chaco Forest is the second-largest forest in South America, after the Amazon Rainforest, and is estimated to contain 3,000+ plant species and 650+ bird- and mammal species.
We are proud to prove, together with the project landowner, that quality, verified, carbon farming from native forest conservation can provide a good economic alternative to deforestation. To avoid further deforestation in the Paraguayan Chaco, we need solutions that can be implemented immediately, can scale and are bankable for all parties involved.