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LATEST ARTICLE Towards a sustainable future: DGB's carbon and biodiversity projects made significant progress in 2022 Read Article

Benefits of
green investing

Join the movement towards a more sustainable future by investing in green initiatives and supporting the transition to a low-carbon, environmentally friendly economy.


More responsible and diversified portfolios

The rise of green products

Businesses and individuals are increasingly under pressure to improve their sustainability and reduce their carbon footprint. On a local, regional, and international level, there is rising demand for innovative green products and a need for carbon capture, agriculture, nature conservation, and biodiversity solutions.

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Good for the planet and your portfolio

 A sustainable future

We can positively shape the future through sustainable investment choices. Investing in a sustainable future is not only a matter of principle but also a sensible financial decision. At DGB, we believe that every investment should have a positive impact on society and the environment. This is why we offer a range of green investment options, specifically in verified carbon projects, that have a positive effect on nature and biodiversity.

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Significant opportunities

Why invest in green projects?

Green investment has many advantages that provide an opportunity for investors:

Earn strong returns

Investing in green projects can be a smart financial decision. They often provide solid returns with stable cash flow and many enjoy the benefit of tax exemption. Our verified carbon projects are no exception. They offer attractive financial returns while also helping to create a more sustainable future.

Carbon markets are growing

McKinsey & Company estimates that the annual demand for carbon offsets could reach 1.5–2 gigatonnes by 2030 and 7–13 gigatonnes by 2050. Carbon prices could also rise to $80–$150 per tonne by 2035, estimates the EY Net Zero Centre.

Diversify your portfolio

Incorporating green investments into your portfolio can help to diversify your investments and reduce your overall risk. Our carbon projects offer the opportunity to participate in a new and fast-growing market, with a healthy demand, where you can reap the benefits of early investment.

Contribute to a better future

By investing in green projects, you are making a meaningful contribution to a better, more sustainable future. All humans and wildlife depend on healthy ecosystems for their survival. We must therefore conserve biodiversity to protect all life on Earth. Our verified carbon projects not only help reduce carbon emissions but also protect and restore nature and biodiversity.

Attract interest

Green investment can attract positive public attention due to awareness and interest, making fundraising much more accessible. Green investment can also build trust with stakeholders and meet stakeholder requirements, who are increasingly interested in the social and environmental impact of the companies they support.

Global commitment

Investing in green projects is a growing trend, with global commitments increasing. Nations, industries, and companies are committing to meeting net-zero goals—and investors and the financial sector need to join this movement. By investing in our verified carbon projects, you join a community of leading investors committed to making a positive impact through their investments.

Quality investments

Invest with confidence

When investing with DGB, you can be confident in the quality of your investment. All our carbon projects are verified by independent verification bodies, so you can be sure that your investment positively impacts the environment and society.


Investing with a positive impact

Discover our green investment opportunities

Investing in a sustainable future can help you achieve your long-term financial goals while also making a positive impact on the world. Talk to us if you are interested in learning more about our green investment opportunities. We would be happy to discuss our verified carbon projects and how they can benefit your investment portfolio.

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Making green investments

Green investments are an excellent strategy towards sustainability and restoring nature.


The value of the global carbon market in 2022. This value is expected to increase to €1 trillion in 2037.


The Taskforce on Scaling Voluntary Carbon Markets estimates that the current carbon credit market must grow at least 15 times by 2030.


The increase of the global carbon market from 2018 to 2022, and the carbon market shows no signs of slowing down.

Direct advantages of green investments

Green investment has many advantages that provide opportunities for investors and companies that offer funds with these investments.

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Good for the public

Green investment can attract public attention owing to awareness and interest, making fundraising much more accessible. 

Less financial risk

Owing to healthy demand, the borrowing costs of green investment is usually on the lower side.

Tax exemption

Many Green Investments enjoy the benefit of tax exemption. 

Age of biodiversity

Conserving biodiversity is essential to safeguarding the biological life support systems on Earth. All living creatures, including humans, depend on these systems for the necessities of life.


Carbon markets are rapidly growing

McKinsey estimates that annual global demand for carbon offsets could reach up to 1.5-2.0 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide by 2030 and up to 7-13 billion tonnes by 2050.


Increase in net zero pledges

Nations, cities and companies are committing to meeting goals of net zero. Investors need to show similar leadership. DGB is committed to turning any risks into opportunities and sees nature as an asset, not a liability.


The World is Going Green

Corporations, private equity companies, hedge funds, and individuals can raise money for green investments. This money is often raised by selling securities, mutual funds, electronic trading funds, and bonds. 

A report created by the Global Sustainable Investment Alliance estimates that in 2018, about $31 trillion was invested in various green investment vehicles, making up around one-third of all assets managed globally.