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Carbon removal and biodiversity projects

We are a project developer of high-quality, large-scale nature restoration projects accredited by leading verification standards.

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Nature-based projects

These are the projects we are successfully running with landowners and investors.

kenya MT Kenya and Aberdares, Kenya

Hongera Reforestation Project

Lifetime Emissions Reduction: 13.6M tCO₂

This investment in sustainable forest management preserves Kenya's natural resources and safeguards water supply in a vital catchment area. By implementing responsible tree planting and careful monitoring, we maintain a delicate balance that supports the ecosystem and prevents water scarcity.

VERRA ID: 3321
cameroon Congo Basin Region, Cameroon

Greenzone Reforestation Project

Lifetime Emissions Reduction: 21.7M tCO₂

This project is a large-scale nature-based solutions project on the edges of the Congo Basin in Cameroon to restore nature, create forests, and promote sustainable development.

VERRA ID: 4176
kenya MT Kenya and Aberdares, Kenya

Hongera Energy Efficient Cookstoves Project

Lifetime Emissions Reduction: 2.5M tCO₂

DGB focuses on manufacturing and distributing energy-efficient, locally-manufactured cookstoves to people in this project, improving their health and decreasing deforestation.

GOLD STANDARD ID: GS 12033
cameroon Central Region, Cameroon

Sawa Cookstoves Project

Lifetime Emissions Reduction: 2.4M tCO₂

This project aims to reduce deforestation to decrease CO2 released into the atmosphere through fires by providing local communities with efficient, locally-manufactured stoves in Ntui and Ndjeke.

Currently in the project design phase
uganda Hoima and Masindi Districts, Western Uganda

Bulindi Chimpanzee Habitat Restoration Project

Lifetime Emissions Reduction: 4.3M tCO₂

The Bulindi Chimpanzee Habitat Restoration project aims to rapidly restore the declining chimpanzee habitat in Bulindi, Uganda, through active afforestation and community involvement.

GOLD STANDARD ID: GS 12226
108-cote-d-ivoire_generated Dé forest, Republic of Côte d'Ivoire

Dé Forest Restoration Project

Lifetime Emissions Reduction: 6.7M tCO₂

Join our Dé Forest Restoration Project, fostering sustainability and aiming to restore nature and forest cover and promote sustainable forest-management practices in the classified Dé forest.

Currently in the feasibility study phase
vecteezy_democratic-republic-of-the-congo-flag-official-colors-and_6920450 Near Kikwit, the Democratic Republic of the Congo

DRC Reforestation Project

Lifetime Emissions Reduction: 5.7M tCO₂

Become a part of the DRC Reforestation Project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Experience the transformative power of this project as it will take root near Kikwit, DRC, fostering a thriving environment for biodiversity, enhancing livelihoods, and promoting sustainable agriculture.

Currently in the feasibility study phase
shutterstock_403138900 (1) (1) Aral Sea in the Kyzylorda Region, Kazakhstan

Lake Aral Afforestation Project

Lifetime Emissions Reduction: 2.7M tCO₂

Discover the Lake Aral Afforestation Project: Reclaiming the Aral Sea's banks in Kazakhstan through saxaul planting, fostering resilient ecosystems, stabilising soil, and mitigating environmental challenges.

Currently in the feasibility study phase
ethiopia Bale Mountains National Park, Rira, Ethiopia

Ethiopia Cookstoves Project

Lifetime Emissions Reduction: 2.5M tCO₂

Combatting indoor air pollution and deforestation, this initiative delivers sustainable cooking solutions, fostering a healthier environment for a sustainable Ethiopia.

Currently in the feasibility study phase
kenya Nyeri, Laikipia, Nyandarua, Kirinyaga, Meru, Tharaka-Nithi, and Embu, Kenya

Stoves for Schools Project

Lifetime Emissions Reduction: 0.4M tCO₂

Discover the impact of DGB's Stoves for Schools Project in Kenya. This initiative introduces energy-efficient cookstoves to educational institutions, reducing indoor air pollution and promoting a healthier, sustainable future for education.

Currently in the design phase

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 Kenya, we need solutions that can be implemented immediately, can be scaled, and are bankable.

Haron Wachira
kenya Kenya

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