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8% ROI with Social and Environmental Impact

Nature, biodiversity, and CO2 emissions are the themes of this moment. With the green bonds of DGB you benefit from this trend in the coming years for the sustainable economy. All details about green bonds investment are well documented for you to get informed. We'll get back to you within 24 - 48 hours.

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See The Impact in Local Communities

Financial Returns with Social and Environmental Impact


420 Million Hectares

31% of the earth’s surface is covered by forests, approximately 4.06 billion hectares. However, over 420 million hectares of forest have been lost since 1990.

1 Million Species

As a shock, scientists estimate that more than +1 million species will be lost by 2050. It means 1 in 10 animals and plants extinct by 2050.

1.6 Billion Human Life

Deforestation and forest degradation impact the lives of 1.6 billion people whose livelihoods depend on forests. One billion of them are among the world's poorest.

Long-term capital appreciation for shareholders

The business concept of DGB is to build and sustainably manage a diversified portfolio of trees, woodlands and forest-related assets. We invest in sustainable nature based solutions, building an attractive portfolio that combines income yield and capital appreciation. The emphasis is on investments with high deforestation rates, directly or in partnership with suitable partners and combining economic profitability with high social impact and environmental responsibility. 

We seek to invest in forestry projects that are or will be certified by a reputable forest management certification scheme. We do not acquire native forest for harvesting. We believe that this approach will generate both long-term capital appreciation for shareholders and an attractive and sustainable income yield.

Sustainable and diversified portfolio

We're combining capital appreciation with income yield, sustainably and diversified portfolio in order to deliver long-term real returns to our shareholders.

Social impact with financial returns

Alongside generating attractive returns, green investing has a significant positive impact on the local economies with DGB's nature-based projects on the ground.

Good for The Planet and for Your Portfolio

Why Investing in Green Bonds with Dutch Green?

"Our vision is to be a leading high-impact investor in sustainably managed forests by providing competitive real investment returns for our shareholders combined with positive social impact. Investing in nature has proven an attractive alternative asset for long-term investors, as it provides the opportunity to benefit from the value of a naturally growing commodity and the security of ownership of the underlying land. This allows for; income stream from carbon credits from the forest Long-term capital appreciation in a sustainable and tax-efficient manner."

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Selwyn Duijvestijn
Chief Executive Officer

"Carbon credits, the permissions to emit carbon and other greenhouse gases, have been one of the best-performing commodities over the past five years. European carbon prices nearly tripled in 2021. Many think prices can still go higher. As these benefits become more recognized and valued, they are seen by investors as financial returns that outperform investments in traditional companies. Nature Based solutions are sustainable real asset that both diversifies an investment portfolio provides exposure to forestry and underlying land value growth opportunities."

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Thomas Donia
Chief Operating Officer

What We've Achieved with our Global Projects


Million Trees Being Planted


Ha of Land to be Restored


Tons of CO2 to be Captured


Local Jobs to be Created

Invest in a sustainable future. 8% return on your impact investment.

Social and Financing Investment

How projects are verified?

Nature based solutions investment with DGB as a largest project developer in The Netherlands, can offer attractive long-term returns, through a combination of our significant expertise and the robust underlying characteristics of the asset class. 


Feasibility Study

A team of ecologists and biologists run a feasibility study on the land.


Project Design

Project managers design the project and set up scope and timelines.


Verra Verification

The project plan is submitted for Verra Verification.


Sell Credits

The carbon offset is verified and can be sold as carbon credits.

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Participate with us in the project

Dutch Green Business is the world's first publicly traded purpose-built company focused on carbon offsets and conservation, and is a large-scale carbon sequestration project developer specializing in producing carbon offsets from sustainability-led nature-based solutions.

The forest does not belong to one single person but to many people. A listed company with lots of forest as assets is the best way to make an economically viable solution so that people can join together to save the planet.

As a trusted partner can lead you to net zero with a clear transparent and strong investment opportunity.

Investor Deck Index

Timeline of projects and expected returns
Rapidly growing carbon offsetting prices
Expanding net-zero awareness
Advanced technology for reforestration
Monitoring the projects and risk plans
Forestation methodology
Validation process

Frequently Asked Questions

1- How high is the impact of these projects and how is their impact measured?

Our projects in Sub Saharan East and West Africa can create the highest impact and therefore generate high quality offsets for investors. There is potential to scale up substantially for both Kenya and Cameroon projects for which we have secured the land. They can also generate exaggerated social impact per dollar invested due to the low development base and lack of available capital. The long standing relationship we have established with local partners in those regions, ensures the sustainability of the impact generated and the strength of returns. Impact is measured based on additionality of the projects, as if what would have happened if such projects didn’t take place.

2- How nature conservation projects make an impact on people’s life in local communities?

We work on a revenue sharing basis with the local communities and by planting fruit trees alongside native species, we create a source of revenue for them. Our nature based projects also create jobs for the locals and provide training for them by fostering a strong relationship with them and the local partners.

3- What are the risks associated with the projects (country risk etc.) and how we manage them?

We establish a go-no go framework with the technical team from the start of a project when we decide on the work undertaken. This planning document provides all the potential threats and risks that we may encounter throughout the project. And action scenarios based on these, are determined with all our stakeholders and included in the framework. This ensures all the potential risks are identified and managed accordingly. Risk Management and monitoring are a critical part of the process we follow to ensure the ongoing success of the projects. 

4- What is a typical investment structure per each project?

We provide flexibility on how we structure the investment and have identified 3 main structures as per investor’s interest:

1. Offtake Agreement on the carbon credits
2. Investment in a SPV at project - level
3. Investment on Group - level - Convertible green bonds

Investing in sustainability with an 8% financial return

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