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Why is DGB a public company?

Our strategy benefits everyone when nature thrives. It applies to all sectors, from government to business, investors, and communities. Our cause is public, and our stock listing allows like-minded individuals to participate and benefit.

Accelerating growth

Scaling our reforestation efforts requires continuous funding. Our public listing enables the fundraising needed to create the impact and scale we strive for.

High valuation and leveraged effect

Public assets have historically commanded higher average valuations for several reasons, including investors appreciating liquidity and transparency.

Creates liquidity in an illiquid market

Our listing allows investors to supply liquidity while receiving compensation for improving our planetary health. It’s a win-win.

Global publicity

As a publicly traded purpose company, we reach a worldwide audience and enable individual shareholders to participate in our activities.

Access to capital markets

Public companies have greater access to capital markets, allowing us to raise funds by issuing additional stock. This can be crucial for financing new projects, expansion, or research and development without seeking out private loans or investors.

Mergers and acquisitions opportunities

Being publicly traded can make mergers and acquisitions easier to accomplish. Using stock as a currency for acquisitions can be an attractive option, as it can facilitate transactions that might not be possible with cash alone.

Enhanced credibility and prestige

Public companies often enjoy enhanced credibility and prestige in the eyes of customers, suppliers, and partners. This can be beneficial in negotiations and can lead to more favourable terms in contracts and agreements.

Employee benefits and incentives

Public companies can offer more attractive compensation packages to their employees, including stock options and bonuses tied to the stock's performance. This can help attract and retain top talent.

Market discipline and efficiency

Being publicly traded imposes a level of discipline due to regulatory requirements, shareholder expectations, and market scrutiny. This can lead to more efficient operations and a focus on long-term profitability and sustainability.

Increased transparency and governance

Public companies are subject to stringent reporting requirements, which can lead to increased transparency, better governance practices, and, ultimately, greater trust among investors and the public.

Liquidity for shareholders

Shareholders in public companies benefit from increased liquidity, enabling them to buy and sell shares more easily than in private companies.

Global expansion opportunities

Access to international investors and global visibility can open up more opportunities for expansion into new markets, enhancing the DGB's growth potential.

How to create value for our planet

How we do it

DGB is a purpose-driven project developer specialising in nature-based solutions, managing high-quality projects that emphasise ecosystem restoration, conservation, and biodiversity enrichment.

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We assist you to understand and commit to environmental improvement

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We help you calculate and assess your environmental footprint

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We develop environmental solutions and strategies for your business

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We help you communicate your progress on sustainability transparently

We finance, develop, and manage
on-the-ground projects

As a public company, there is increased transparency, greater disclosure, clarity, and accuracy in stakeholder communications. We continue to grow and scale our efforts to achieve planetary goals faster while our public listing helps accelerate economic growth and provides absolute transparency.

Get in touch

As a leading publicly traded purpose company focused on ecosystem restoration, DGB is harnessing market forces and the access to capital needed to accelerate Earth's reforestation rapidly. Reach out to us to learn more about our work and how we can help you benefit from the carbon market.

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