Sustainable Development Projects

We buy carbon credits from our strategic partner Ecosphere+, who sources them from the highest-quality projects to ensure that the carbon finance we provide is harnessed to conserve forests, create sustainable livelihoods for local communities, produce eco-commodities, and preserve ecosystem services.

Tambopata-Bahuaja
Biodiversity Reserve

The Tambopata National Reserve and the Bahuaja Sonene National Park are internationally recognised biodiversity hotspots in the Peruvian Amazon. And it’s here where the lush tropical forests provide the habitat for an incredible community of rare and endangered wildlife.

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Cordillera Azul

The beautiful Cordillera Azul (Spanish for ‘Blue Mountains) 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’.

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Guatemalan Caribbean

The beautiful forests along the Guatemalan Caribbean coastline are a critical migratory corridor for biodiversity connecting North and South America. This small piece of land is home to an incredible 7-10% of the world’s known species.

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Sumatra Merang Peatland

The Sumatra Merang Peatland Project is restoring more than 22,000 hectares of peatland rainforest in the Merang region in Indonesia. Protecting an area more than 3.5 times the size of Manhattan, the project targets the Merang biodiversity corridor, which is one of the largest and deepest peat swamp ares in South Sumatra. Climate finance is being used to rehabilitate and protect this critical ecosystem, preventing the release of significant volumes of emissions, in addition to creating a conservation area for hundreds of unique and endangered species. The project is also working with local communities from nearby villages to improve livelihoods and reduce pressures on the forest. This project is part of the Althelia Climate Fund and implemented in partnership with PT GAL and Forest Carbon.

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