There are a lot of differen carbon credits. We focus on Nature Based Solutions. Currently we are currently retiring Carbon Credit in these projects

Project 1) Rimba Raya

Rimba Raya is located in Central Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo with a AAA BeZeroRating

  • Rimba Raya protects one of the most highly endangered ecosystems in the world.
  • Rimba Raya developes livelihood programmes in surrounding villages (addressing all 17 of the UN Sustainable Development Goals) to provide education, employment and hope for the future.
  • Rimba Raya provides a buffer zone between the palm oil industry and the Tanjung Puting National Park, home to one of the last remaining wild populations of orangutans on earth.
  • Rimba Raya has a tree and mangrove planting initivate

Project 2 ) Keo Seima

Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary (KSWS) protects one of the most important forests in Cambodia and has a AAA- BeZeroRating. The Seima Protection Forest (SPF) is located in eastern Cambodia. 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.

Project 3) Cordillera Azul

The Cordillera Azul National Park project is in Peru’s high forest between the Andes and the Amazon Basin. Its stunning mountains, sparkling blue lagoons, rich biodiversity, and multicultural population have rightly earned this area the name the ‘jewel of the Peruvian Amazon’.

This project is working in a huge landscape of 3.7 million hectares (nearly the size of the Netherlands) to protect 1.3 million hectares of threatened forest. The Cordillera Azul project focuses on establishing sustainable livelihoods through technical assistance and support for transitioning land use to agroforestry systems for sustainable cocoa and coffee production. In addition, a wide community-driven programme is helping tens of thousands of local people gain access to basic services such as sanitation, health care and education.

Project 4) Inner Mongolia Chaoer Improved Forest Management

The Inner Mongolia Keyihe IFM (Improved Forest Management) is a conversion of logged to protected forest located in the Greater Khingan Range of Inner Mongolia, an autonomous region of northern China. It has a good BeZeroRating of AA. Although Inner Mongolia is more so known for its green steppes and arid deserts, the Greater Khingan Range is host to old-growth forests that have been used for hunting by the Oroqen and Evenki peoples for centuries. In recent years, logging has become the predominant economic activity within the region due to economic hardship that has persisted since the occupation of Manchuria. 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