Regulators and policymakers play a crucial role in carbon projects. They help create a transparent and accountable environment for project development, implementation, and monitoring.
Regulators and policymakers are critical players in ensuring the success of carbon projects. They play a crucial role in shaping the legal and regulatory framework within which carbon projects are implemented. They also ensure that these projects are consistent with local laws and regulations. By providing clear guidelines for project development, implementation, and monitoring, regulators and policymakers help ensure that carbon projects are carried out in a transparent and accountable manner.
Involving regulators and policymakers in our carbon projects brings benefits. They assist in navigating regulatory environments, reducing the risk of delays or barriers. They help ensure compliance with local laws and regulations, minimising conflicts with stakeholders. They promote equitable distribution of project benefits and build support among communities for long-term sustainability.
Regulators and policymakers play a vital role in ensuring the success of carbon projects. By providing clear guidelines for project development, implementation, and monitoring, they help ensure these projects are carried out transparently and accountable while meeting legal and regulatory requirements. By working together with regulators and policymakers, DGB ensures not only projects’ regulatory compliance but also access to incentives and funding opportunities that accelerate project success and promote a sustainable, better future.
million trees being planted
hectares of country scouted
million tonnes of CO₂ to be captured
jobs being created
efficient cookstoves to be distributed
The Bulindi Chimpanzee Habitat Restoration project aims to rapidly restore the declining chimpanzee habitat in Bulindi, Uganda, through active afforestation and community involvement.
The Hongera Reforestation Project is a large-scale project that focuses on planting trees in catchment areas in Mt Kenya and the Aberdares, which are essential for water security and increasing levels of biodiversity.
The Greenzone Afforestation Project is a large-scale nature-based project to restore nature, create forests, and promote sustainable development, positively impacting local communities and the environment.