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Germany Regenerative Agriculture
Germany Regenerative Agriculture
Klim is leading the regenerative agriculture movement, striving for a fully regenerative agricultural system in which farmers and society work together to protect the world's most precious resource: soil. Bringing together companies and farmers, Klim drives regenerative transformation at speed and scale.

Thanks to Klim credits, companies have the unique opportunity to generate local impact, regenerating soil in Germany. Regenerative agriculture stands as one of the most pivotal solutions for addressing the climate crisis while promoting farmers' resilience, water quality, biodiversity, and food security. The principles of regenerative agriculture include year-round soil cover, diverse crop rotations, maintaining living roots, reducing soil disturbance, and integrating animals. By adopting these practices, farmers sequester carbon in the soil, improve soil fertility, and lower emissions through enhanced farm management.
10,000 credits availableGermany
2023
Regenerative Agriculture
proponents
TUV logo
Reforestation Rodenbach (Rheinland-Pfalz | Germany)
Reforestation Rodenbach (Rheinland-Pfalz | Germany)
According to the Thünen Institute, the German forest faces a daunting future due to climate change. By 2050, approximately one-third, nearly 3 million hectares, will require adaptive forest climate management and conservation strategies.

Fortunately, the reforestation and preservation of German forests is currently underway. Environmental company, DEUTIM, has established numerous forestation projects in regional forests across Germany and because trees absorb carbon dioxide during photosynthesis, these projects are effective mechanisms for removing CO2 from the atmosphere.

Through this first project with Senken, businesses can easily support the reforestation and protection of the forest in Rodenbach, on the edge of the Rhein-Westerwald Nature Park.

The first noticeable damage to Rodenbach's forest occurred after cyclones Burglind and Friederike in January 2018. Since 2022, DEUTIM has planted a variety of trees in addition to restoring natural species to build a mixed, more resilient forest.

The project has been appraised and certified by TÜV Nord. Furthermore, the Senken platform adds an additional layer of transparency and trust. By leveraging the blockchain's transparent and tamper-proof nature, it enables secure and immutable recording of carbon transactions, providing price visibility and reducing the risk of double-counting of these climate assets.
968 credits availableGermany
2022
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land UseproponentsTUV logo
Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve Project
Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve Project
The Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve Project, an initiative by InfiniteEARTH, aims to reduce Indonesia’s emissions by preserving some 64,000 hectares of tropical peat swamp forest. This area, rich in biodiversity including the endangered Bornean orangutan, was slated by the Provincial government to be converted into four palm oil estates. Located on the southern coast of Borneo in the province of Central Kalimantan, the project is also designed to protect the integrity of the adjacent world-renowned Tanjung Puting National Park, by creating a physical buffer zone on the full extent of the ~90km eastern border of the park.
3,738.9 credits available
AA
Indonesia
2014
proponents
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Cordillera Azul National Park REDD Project
Cordillera Azul National Park REDD Project
The Cordillera Azul National Park REDD+ Project avoids deforestation in a magnificent expanse of lowland and montane forests in four departments in central Peru: San Martín, Ucayali, Huánuco, and Loreto. The area encompasses 1,351,964 hectares inside the national park. The park, owned by the government of Peru, is managed and financed by the Peruvian NGO Centro de Conservación, Investigación y Manejo de Áreas Naturales (CIMA) through a public-private partnership piloted by the Peruvian government. The project’s avoided-deforestation objective is accomplished by strengthening park protection, engaging local communities and other stakeholders in land-use management compatible with conservation, and improving the quality of life of the park’s neighbors. Approximately 180,000 people in more than 200 communities – immigrant and indigenous – neighbor the park. Villagers close to the park mostly practice subsistence agriculture; those closer to major roads engage in market activities as well. CIMA and its close advisor, The Field Museum in Chicago, have worked with communities since 2002 to ensure that the project activities incorporate and reflect the values and aspirations of local residents. The project activities are highly participatory, with villagers leading several efforts and developing competencies that will enable long-term success.The biodiversity in the project area is astounding. Intact forests stretch from lowlands (150 meters) to ragged mountain peaks (2,400 meters). This eastern outlier of the Andes has been isolated sufficiently long for speciation to occur: more than 35 species new to science have been discovered in the park to date. The forests harbor rare and endangered species, as well as abundant populations of animals and plants that are crucial to the well-being of park neighbors.
8,540.8 credits available
BBB
Peru
2013
proponents
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation in Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary
Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation in Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary
The Seima Protection Forest (SPF) covers 292,690 ha. It is located in eastern Cambodia, mainly in Mondulkiri Province with a small area extending into Kratie Province. The REDD+ Project Area covers 166,983 ha of forest in the SPF Core Protection Area. The SPF was created by a Prime Ministerial Subdecree in late 2009. The site is part of the ancestral homeland of large number of ethnic Bunong people, for whom the forest is a key source of income and central to their spiritual beliefs. The area is also a meeting place for two important ecoregions – the Annamite Mountains (notable for high levels of local endemism among evergreen forest species) and the lower Mekong dry forests (which are crucial for the survival of many species typical of lowland deciduous forests). There are 41 Globally Threatened vertebrate species recorded in the Project Area (including 4 Critically Endangered and 14 Endangered). Many of these occur in globally or regionally outstanding populations, including Asian Elephants, primates, wild cattle, several carnivores and birds such as the Giant Ibis and Green Peafowl.Validation approved to the CCB Standards Third Edition, Biodiversity Gold Level, on 16 November 2015. Project formally known as Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation in Seima Protection Forest. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD: Undergoing verification to the CCB Standards: public comment period: 16th Aug- 22 to 15th Sept-22.
14,878.6 credits available
BBB
Cambodia
2015
proponents
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
FLORESTAL SANTA MARIA PROJECT
FLORESTAL SANTA MARIA PROJECT
https://santamariaproject.com/ - The FSM-REDD Project, proposed by Florestal Santa Maria S/A (FSM), is located in Colniza Municipality, Mato Grosso, Brazil. This region is part of the Brazilian Amazon and known as Deforestation Arch, due to the intense deforestation pressure. As an alternative to combat this, FSM-REDD Project estimates the avoidance of 29,923,331 tCO2 throughout 30 years within Fazenda Florestal Santa Maria – private land owned by FSM, comprising 71,714 ha. of native forest. FSM is committed to local socio-environmental development. Project activities encompass a partnership with a neighboring State Park, promoting local initiatives to create fire brigades. Also, FSM will create together with Colniza City Hall, technical forestry schools targeting education of local youngsters.
758,300.2 credits available
B
Brazil
2012, 2013 ...
proponents
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
The Mai Ndombe REDD+ Project
The Mai Ndombe REDD+ Project
The Mai Ndombe REDD+ Project, located in western DRC, Africa, will protect 248,956 hectares of forest from industrial logging, unsustainable fuel wood extraction and slash and burn agriculture. Carbon validation will be undertaken by the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) and major socio-economic co-benefits ensured by the Climate, Community and Biodiversity (CCB) standard. The project is developed and managed in a joint venture by forest carbon leaders ERA-Ecosystem Restoration Associates Inc. and Wildlife Works Carbon LLC. This groundbreaking project will be the first of its kind in the Congo Basin and utilizes the novel methodology developed by Wildlife Works, VM0009, 'Methodology for Avoided Deforestation' approved by the VCS in October, 2012. The project is estimated to deliver over 175MT CO2-e over 30 years.
9,150.5 credits available
B
Democratic Republic of the Congo
2012, 2015
proponents
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Inner Mongolia Chao’er Improved Forest Management Project
Inner Mongolia Chao’er Improved Forest Management Project
The Inner Mongolia Chao’er Forest Industry IFM Project (hereafter referred to as “the project”) is located in Hulun Buir City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, P.R.China. It is implemented by Chao’er Forest Industry Co. Ltd of China Inner Mongolia Forest Industry Group (hereafter “Project owner”) to protect the once logging forest. The proposed project is implemented in three forest farms under the jurisdiction of the Project owner, namely Dacongshan Forest Farm, Quansheng Forest Farm, and Taerqi Forest Farm. The project has 40,027.50ha commercial forest, whose ages ranging from sapling, middle age to mature forest. Before the implementation of the project, the forest within the project area was designed and planted as commercial forest, and logged annually according to the timber production plan approved by local forestry authority . In order to protect the forest ecosystem, improve the ecological environment, increase carbon sinks, reduce GHG emission reductions and slow down climate change, the project proponent decided to implement this improved forest management project activities from December 2017 to December 2077. And from the Project Start Date, PP has stopped the commercial logging in the project area and only allowed tending and managing. This project aims to protect 40,027.50ha commercial forest from logging. The Forest Conservation Project activities will be focused on forest resource supervision and monitoring. In order to supervise and monitor any disturbances that may affect the whole forest, a ranger team has been established to monitor the state of the forest with regard to diseases, illegal logging, hunting, fires etc. This ecosystem will then continue to provide its services to all the communities and entities that depend on it. The project is expected to generate approximately 8,372,662 tCO2e with buffer deduction during the 30 years’ crediting period, with the annual emission reductions of 279,089 tCO2e.
113,316.3 credits available
B
China
2012, 2013 ...
proponents
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Yunnan Kunming Liangqu Improved Forest Management Project
Yunnan Kunming Liangqu Improved Forest Management Project
The Yunnan Kunming Liangqu Improved Forest Management Project is located in Lianhe Township and Zhuanlong Town, Kunming City, Yunnan Province,P.R.C. It is implemented by Kunming Yuming Investment Development Co., Ltd. to protect the once logging forest. The project is implemented in Lianhe Township and Zhuanlong Town. The project has 6,879.2ha commercial forest, of which 1,425.1 and 5,454.1ha belongs to Lianhe and Zhuanlong Town respectively. Before the implementation of the project, the forest within the project area was designed and planted as commercial forest. The main object of the project is to improve the forest coverage rate, protect local ecological environment, reduce carbon emissions and carbon sequestration by enhance the management level and converse logged to protected forest within the project area. The implementation of the project will result in significant carbon sequestration and improve the sustainable development of ecological system.
56,409 credits available
B
China
2012, 2013 ...
proponents
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Inner Mongolia Keyihe IFM (conversion of logged to protected forest) Project
Inner Mongolia Keyihe IFM (conversion of logged to protected forest) Project
The Inner Mongolia Keyihe IFM (conversion of logged to protected forest) Project (hereafter “the project activity”) is implemented in Oroqen Autonomous Banner, Hulun Buir City, Inner Mongollia Autonomous Region of China, which includes the Improved Forest Management (IFM) of the forests in the conversion of logged to protected forest. The area of the project activity is 20,526 ha, the species involved in the project are Birch(Betula platyphylla) and Larch (Larix gmelinii). Before the implementation of the project activity, the trees are logged based on a valid and verifiable government-approved timber management plan for harvesting the project area. The implementation of the project activity converses the trees to protected forest to reduce the GHG emissions. The project activity will contribute to the environment (biodiversity conservation and soil erosion control), thus contribute to sustainable development.
23,774.5 credits available
B
China
2013
proponents
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
North Pikounda REDD+
North Pikounda REDD+
The North Pikounda REDD+ Project (the Project) is a reducing emission from deforestation and degradation plus conservation and sustainable forestry (REDD+) project designed to protect 92,530 hectares (ha) of unlogged native Congolese forest, legally designated as a selective logging concession. The anticipated selective logging would have been undertaken on the dry lands, consisting on an area of 55,950 ha. The main activity of the North Pikounda REDD+ Project is the cancelation of the planned degradation and deforestation activities and the decision to instead protect the forest area, while maintaining and protecting the biodiversity of the area.
116.1 credits available
C
Republic of the Congo
2012
proponents
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Fujian Yong’an Improved Forest Management Project
Fujian Yong’an Improved Forest Management Project
The project is implemented in the commercial forest of Yong’an city, where forest coverage rate is 78.58% and the primary business within the project area is forest industry .The existing commercial forest was mainly comprised of Chinese Fir, Masson Pine and Broad-leaf tree, all the tree species are native to the project area. The main object of the project is to improve the forest coverage rate, protect local ecological environment, reduce carbon emissions and carbon sequestration by enhance the management level and converse logged to protected forest within the project area. The implementation of the project will result in significant carbon sequestration and improve the sustainable development of ecological system. From 2011, the project has strictly cancelled the once annual commercial timber harvest and only allowed the tending and managing. In order to control the annual forest timbervolume and achieve reliable and verified carbon sequestration, a forest protection plan will be issued by local government, and strictly executed by the project owner.
51,551 credits available
C
China
2012, 2013 ...
proponents
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Inner Mongolia Wu‘erqihan IFM (conversion of logged to protected forest) Project
Inner Mongolia Wu‘erqihan IFM (conversion of logged to protected forest) Project
The Inner Mongolia Wu’erqihan IFM (conversion of logged to protected forest) Project (hereafter “the project activity”) is implemented in Wu’erqihan Town, Yakeshi City, Inner Mongollia Autonomous Region of China, which includes the Improved Forest Management (IFM) of the forests in the conversion of logged to protected forest. The area of the project activity is 43,167 ha. The species involved in the project are Birch (Betula platyphylla) and Larch (Larix gmelinii).
26,559.4 credits available
C
China
2013
proponents
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Pacajai REDD+ Project
Pacajai REDD+ Project
REDD Project to stop deforestation within private parcels amounting to 135, 105 Ha at the edge of the deforestation frontier in Brazil. The project will generate multiple climate, social, and biodiversity benefits.
256,148.3 credits available
C
Brazil
2012, 2013 ...
proponents
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Jiangxi Province Le'an County Forest Farm Carbon Sink Project
Jiangxi Province Le'an County Forest Farm Carbon Sink Project
The Project involves the improved forestry management, such as conversion of logged to protection forest whose carbon credit rights owned by Beijing Shengdahuitong Carbon Management Co., Ltd. The forestry management conversion includes 7,746.7 ha logged to Protected Forest (LtPF) spreading over Jinzhu department, Zhaoxie department, Zengtian department, Niutian department, Shipi department, Gongxi department; Huping Harvest-Nuture department, Shipi Harvest-Nuture department and Zhaoxie Harvest-Nuture department. All these departments are state-owned forests and have the legal right to forest ownership. The conversion started from 01/01/2006, and then all the forestry are protected as non-commercial forestry and reduce the GHG emissions as anthropogenic GHG removals by sinks for about 2,877,745 tCO2e in 30 years.
4,718.6 credits available
C
China
2015
proponents
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Local Forest Restructuring in Germany — Luckaitz Valley
Local Forest Restructuring in Germany — Luckaitz Valley
The climate project Luckaitz Valley is currently made of a monoculture forest with 92% pine trees and uniform tree heights. thereby, the forest is vulnerable to climate-related disasters such as storms, heat stress, and beetle infestations. to make the forest more resilient against the consequences of climate change, the following measures get implemented: (1) planting diverse, climate-resilient tree species such as douglas fir and fir, oak, beech, birch, maple, linden or hornbeam, (2) stimulating natural rejuvenation, (3) wildlife management to prevent serious forest damage. by implementing these measures, the Luckaitz Valley climate project avoids and removes carbon emissions from the atmosphere, by decreasing the climate risk of the forest and increasing its structural diversity.
The Luckaitz Valley project was developed in accordance with ISO 14064-2 requirements and was successfully third-party audited and validated by TÜV NORD.
Colombia Green Bonds Custodian Group
Colombia Green Bonds Custodian Group
The Colombia Green Bonds Compensation Program Grupo Custodiar S.A. is a forestry project located in the departments of Córdoba and Antioquia, Colombia. The main objective is to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by capturing carbon from forest plantations over a 20-year period (2008 to 2028). The project includes a total area of 3,895.16 hectares (ha), of which 530.62 ha are conserved in natural forest, 1,864.53 ha in dense forest plantations and silvopastoral systems of the species Acacia mangium Willd, Eucalyptus pellita F. Muell and Eucalyptus urograndis.
Colombia
2019
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Forest Adaptation in Germany — Schlegel
Forest Adaptation in Germany — Schlegel
The climate project Schlegel is currently made of a monoculture forest with 86% spruce trees and uniform tree heights. Thereby, the forest is vulnerable to climate-related disasters such as storms, heat stress, and beetle infestations. To make the forest more resilient against the consequences of climate change, the following measures get implemented: (1) planting diverse, climate-resilient tree species such as douglas fir and fir, red alder, beech, birch, chestnut and maple, (2) stimulating natural rejuvenation, (3) wildlife management to prevent serious forest damage. By implementing these measures, the Schlegel climate project avoids and removes carbon emissions from the atmosphere, by decreasing the climate risk of the forest and increasing its structural diversity.
Germany
2023
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
REDD+ South Pacific
REDD+ South Pacific
PAZcífico Sur REDD+ Project is an initiative developed in 18 Afrodescendant communities in Departament of Nariño, with Agroimpulso Fundation and CO2CERO SAS support, the goal is reduction emissions from deforestation and forest degradation inside 371.749 hectares during 20 years of lifetime with conservation activities, improvement and increment of carbon reservoirs. The social, economical, cultural and ecological improvement are important factors to goal achievement. The main activities are related to community empowerment, capacity building and sense of belonging with natural resources.
Colombia
2022
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Ecosystem Restoration at the doorstep of
Berlin — Kessel Lake
Ecosystem Restoration at the doorstep of Berlin — Kessel Lake
The climate project Kessel Lake is currently made of a forest dominated by pine trees (88%) and largely uniform tree heights. Thereby, the forest is vulnerable to climate-related disasters such as storms, heat stress, and beetle infestations. To make the forest more resilient against the consequences of climate change, the following measures get implemented: (1) planting diverse, climate-resilient tree species such as douglas fir, thuja, grand fir, oak, birch, beech and robinia, (2) stimulating natural rejuvenation, (3) wildlife management to prevent serious forest damage. By implementing these measures, the Kessel Lake climate project avoids and removes carbon emissions from the atmosphere, by decreasing the climate risk of the forest and increasing its structural diversity.
Germany
2023
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Caracoli Carbon Credits
Caracoli Carbon Credits
On September 29, 2009, the company Reforestadora Caracolí S.A.S was founded as a response to the private initiative of a group of investors interested in sustainable agro-industrial projects with high social and environmental impact. Within the analysis of the global problem of global warming and the growing demand for wood products from commercial plantations, it was decided to start a commercial Teak (Tectona grandis) forest plantation project in 2010. Estimating a planting of 100 ha per year and a final scope of the project of 2,000 ha of this species for the 20th year of operations, looking for a project that develops forestry activity in perpetuity and can guarantee stable jobs and a greater social impact.
Colombia
2021
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Sustainable Forest Management Applied in Eastern Antioquia under the BancO2® Scheme
Sustainable Forest Management Applied in Eastern Antioquia under the BancO2® Scheme
The climate change mitigation project “Sustainable forest management applied in Eastern Antioquia, under the BanCO2 scheme” is developed in the Corporación Autónoma Regional de las Cuencas de los Ríos Negro y Nare (CORNARE) jurisdiction which is located in Antioquia department, Colombian Andean region. The project aim is to mitigate the GHG emissions due to deforestation in the project area through a comprehensive forest management based on payment for ecosystem services to rural communities and implementation of productive projects to promote the conservation and restoration of forests. BancO2® is a payment scheme for ecosystem services that was created 8 years ago and whose objective is to preserve strategic ecosystems and improve the quality of life of the communities that live there.
Colombia
2021
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Awakadaa Matsiadali
Awakadaa Matsiadali
The Awakadaa Matsiadali project is a project focused on mitigating greenhouse gas emissions through integrated forest management in the Colombian Amazon region, seeking to reduce greenhouse gas emissions resulting from deforestation and degradation of natural forests in the project area, and the removal of greenhouse gases due to the implementation of actions that promote forest restoration.
Colombia
2021
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
CAS Carbon Project
CAS Carbon Project
Compañía Agrícola de la Sierra S.C, is a company dedicated to commercial forestry reforestation, with Tecunumanii pine plantations located in Northeast Antioqueño, with an eligible area of ​​6,404 hectares for the climate change mitigation project: CAS Carbon. The Company has personnel, protocols and structured processes to guarantee sustainability in the short, medium and long term in each of its activities
Colombia
2022
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Climate change mitigation forestry project "Forestal de La Orinoquía".
Climate change mitigation forestry project "Forestal de La Orinoquía".
The climate change forest project named "Forestal de la Orinoquia" is a commercial reforestation project which produces wood chips to generate energy. It has a total planting area of ​​more than 9,000 ha, established in dense forest plantations of the species Acacia mangium and Eucalyptus pellita in the municipalities of Puerto Carreño and La Primavera, in the State of Vichada. The project implements appropriate global business practices in all its operations, therefore, it is committed to obtaining Forest Stewardship Council certification for the products it will market. Operationally, the project management verifies that all the activities carried out are in accordance with the principles of social and environmental responsibility. All operational activities are managed in accordance with local, national and international laws and regulations.
Colombia
2021
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Pedeguita Jiguamiandó REDD+
Pedeguita Jiguamiandó REDD+
The Pedeguita Jiguamiandó project consists of a REDD+ project grouped by instances. The first instance corresponds to the Community Council of Pedeguita and Mancilla; the second instance to the Community Council of Jiguamiandó, both located in the municipalities of Riosucio, Carmen del Darién and Belén de Bajirá, in the department of Chocó. The project seeks to reduce and prevent GHG emissions derived from deforestation events present in the territory of the Pedeguita and Mancilla Community Council and the Jiguamiandó Community Council (second instance), through the development of a REDD+ strategy built in a participatory manner. with the members of the Council, which is aligned with the objectives of community development and the instruments of regional territorial planning. The intervention strategy consists of the development of actions framed in four main components:i) strengthening of forest and territorial governance; ii) development of sustainable productive activities compatible with the conservation of biodiversity; iii) increase in social investment; iv) forest monitoring. The REDD+ project strategy also seeks to be an integrating axis for different interventions in the territory, offer economic resources to potentiate processes developed, in progress or to be implemented, and attract greater investment in the territory to benefit the communities. The project corresponds to the Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use (AFOLU) sector, in the category of Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+). The emission of 6,879,373 tCO2 is expected to be avoided for 40 years, that is, 171,984 tCO2/year. Within the carbon accounting, deposits of Aerial Biomass (BA), Underground Biomass (BS) and Soil Organic Carbon (SOC) have been included. These deposits have been considered to estimate the baseline scenario and monitor performance in project execution. Project leakage represents potential deforestation activities that may be displaced outside the project area due to the implementation of the REDD+ strategy; it is expected that deforestation in the leakage area will not increase above 10% with respect to baseline emissions. As a mitigation measure, the project promotes the active participation of community members, with efforts directed especially at containing the action of agents and drivers of deforestation identified in the project area, corresponding to the development of extensive cattle ranching, extraction of wood, expansion of the agricultural frontier, large-scale agriculture and the establishment of other agricultural production systems.
Colombia
2021
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Agrocortex REDD Project
Agrocortex REDD Project
The primary objective of the Agrocortex REDD Project is to avoid the unplanned deforestation (AUD) of the 186,369.66 ha project area, consisting of 100% Amazon rainforest. The project area is located within a private property named “Fazenda Seringal Novo Macapá”, which is situated in the municipalities of Manoel Urbano, Pauini and Boca do Acre, in the States of Acre and Amazonas, South-western Amazon. In addition to contributing to the long-term conservation of the region, the Agrocortex REDD Project also has the function of establishing a barrier against the advancement of deforestation, making an important contribution to the conservation of South-western Amazon biodiversity and also to climate regulation in Brazil and South America. This project is open for public comment from 12 May - 11 June 2017. No comments were received.
0.1 credits available
C
Brazil
2017, 2019
proponents
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
REDD+ Project Resguardo Indigena Unificado Selva de Mataven (RIU SM)
REDD+ Project Resguardo Indigena Unificado Selva de Mataven (RIU SM)
REDD+ Project Resguardo Indígena Unificado–Selva de Mataven (REDD+ RIU-SM) aims to develop a participatory process to achieve the establishment of an integrated management system of forests and lands of the reserve, to ensure its sustainability and to mitigate threats of its conservation, particularly avoiding deforestation through the implementation of a REDD+ Project (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation + conserving carbon stocks, sustainable management of forests and enhancement of forest reserves in developing countries) that allows providing compensation payments for ecosystem services. The technology corresponds to a REDD Project in accordance with standards established by the VCS. Specifically an activity “Avoiding Unplanned Deforestation and Degradation (AUDD)”. The Indigenous Reservation is located east of the high plain Orinoco Colombian region in the transition belt between the savannas of the Orinoco and the Amazon forests, in Department of Vichada
0.9 credits available
B
Colombia
2019
proponents
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
The Kasigau Corridor REDD Project - Phase II The Community Ranches
The Kasigau Corridor REDD Project - Phase II The Community Ranches
This project builds on Wildlife Works' first REDD project (Phase I, Rukinga Ranch) which has been protecting forests, flora and fauna since 2006. The aim of this new, larger project is to bring the benefits of direct carbon financing to surrounding communities, while simultaneously addressing alternative livelihoods and protecting vital flora and fauna. Human-wildlife conflict has been a problem in the past, as local agents are directly reliant on the environment as a means for subsistence. This Phase II project directly addresses such sources of conflict in a holistic, sustainable approach, and on a large scale. This Phase II project is classified by VCS as a mega-project, as it is estimated to reduce over 1 million tonnes of CO2-e per year.
0.5 credits available
BBB
Kenya
2019
proponents
Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
HFC Recovery and Destruction in Indonesia
HFC Recovery and Destruction in Indonesia
The HFC Recovery and Destruction project is an initiative by Recoolit that aims to capture and destroy refrigerants from end-of-life devices to earn carbon credits, preventing their harmful emissions. Recoolit achieves this by establishing partnerships with front-line AC technicians who collect and ensure safe disposal of the refrigerant at a UN TEAP certified facility. All stages of the process are meticulously tracked and recorded on our software platform, ensuring transparency and giving buyers the assurance that emissions are effectively prevented. The project is starting in Indonesia, where there are 25M tCO2e of annual direct refrigerant emissions. The project is currently under review. Read more about our methodology https://carboncontainmentlab.yale.edu/publications/hfc-methodology
15,000 credits availableIndonesia
2023
Refrigerants / non-CO2 gases
Spier Mob Grazing and Rewilding
Spier Mob Grazing and Rewilding
Since 2009 Angus McIntosh has been farming regeneratively on the iconic Cape Wineland property, the Spier Wine Farm. In 2014 they were the first Africans to be paid carbon credits generated from carbon increases in their pastures. Fertility on the Spier Wine Farm is created by the rotational grazing of animals. Cattle, pigs, sheep and chickens are moved daily with at least 6 weeks rest before grazing again. The project is developed based on the VM0042 and CDM's AR-AMS0007. Since 2011 soil carbon levels have been measured by the Brookside Soil Laboratory in the USA. The latest results from the April 2023 collection show that since measurements started they have sequestered 154 tons of CO2e per hectare or 12.83 tons of CO2e per hectare per year.
6,000 credits availableSouth Africa
2023
Soil Carbon and Methane Landfill Avoidance
Savimbo Fair Trade Biodiversity Credits
Savimbo Fair Trade Biodiversity Credits
Our current stock of biodiversity credits—one credit equals one hectare of biodiversity hotspot protected for two months by a local smallfarmer or indigenous group—is from a 18,500 ha collective of >300 indigenous smallfarmers and 2 indigenous groups in the Tropical Andean biodiversity hotspot. Observations of indicators species are tracked in iNaturalist for >1 year and all farmers have a 30-year conservation contract for shared revenue from sales. We have >10 indigenous groups in 9 countries in our pipeline in either biodiversity hotspots or IUCN-threatened ecosystems and anticipate providing 178M credits to the global conservation market in the next 5 years. We anticipate certification of our biodiversity credits in October 2023 and are currently accepting letters of intent or presales. Read more about our conservation-first, indicator-species-based voluntary biodiversity credit (VBS) here: https://isbm.savimbo.com/
80,000 credits availableColombia
2023
Biodiversity
Savimbo Fair Trade Carbon Credits
Savimbo Fair Trade Carbon Credits
Our current stock of credits is from a 18,500 ha collective of >300 indigenous small farmers and 2 indigenous groups in the Tropical Andean biodiversity hotspot. Farmers have a 30-year conservation contract for shared revenue from sales and pricing is at UN-recommended rate of $100/ton. We have >10 indigenous groups and in 9 countries in our pipeline with a total of 59M hectares up for conservation and anticipate providing 112.6M premium carbon credits to the global conservation market within 5 years. We anticipate certification of our first tranch of carbon credits in December 2023. Cercarbono certifies, Ecoregistry tracks, Aenor is our verifier (VVB), and Space Intelligence does our MRV. We use a UN-REDD+ grouped methodology scaling protected/restored land 20% MoM. Read more about our carbon credits here.
1,000 credits availableColombia
2023
REDD+
Papariko - Restoration of Degraded Mangrove Areas in Kenya
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Papariko - Restoration of Degraded Mangrove Areas in Kenya
The objective of this project is to reforest degraded mangroves sites in Kwale, Kilifi, and Tana River counties, in Kenya. The project will create a healthy mangrove ecosystem in degraded lands, starting by planting 220 ha in Shirazi, Bodo, Munje, and Funzi Island, in Kwale county. The main components of the project are to provide a variety of ecosystem services, climate change mitigation, economic considerations, and active participation of the local community. Without the project, carbon stocks in the project area will continue to decline, as the mangrove ecosystems in Kenya suffer a strong degradation process resulting from anthropogenic (e.g., deforestation for wood consumption) and natural causes (e.g., sea tides). Under this grouped project, degraded mangroves on the Kenyan coast are restored and replanted. In the first project activity up to 196.000 mangroves will be planted. The species selected for this reforestation project are indigenous and local, namely Rhizophora mucronata, Ceriops tagal and Avicennia marina. The project will monitor soil conditions to measure changes in soil carbon content and maintain soil nutrient levels to improve water quality compared to the baseline scenario. Mangrove restoration will further increase fish populations, improve biodiversity, and provide other important ecosystem services. To measure the positive impact on biodiversity, annual biomonitoring will be conducted using eDNA. The empowerment of the population is also central to the project. The labour requirement for the project will be fulfilled with local employment. Therefore, most of the budget for labour and an additional 50/50 share of carbon credit revenues will remain in the country. The project will promote a working family model where more than 50% of women can actively participate in the project. People are shown alternative livelihood opportunities that allow them to acquire and grow high-value crops, and invest in beekeeping or ecotourism.
11.7 credits availableKenya2025Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
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