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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.

1.1 credits available
AAA
Indonesia2014Agriculture 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.

9,992.5 credits available
AA+
China2015Agriculture 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.

17,249 credits available
AA+
Peru2013Agriculture 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.

570.7 credits available
AA+
Kenya2019Agriculture 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).

39,910.5 credits available
AA
China2013Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Fujian Yong’an Improved Forest Management Project
Fujian Yong’an Improved Forest Management Project

Project Description: Fujian Yong’an Improved Forest Management Project (hereafter “the project”) is located in Yong’an City, Fujian Province, P.R.China. It is implemented by the representative project owner Yong’an Forestry Bureau (hereafter “project owner”). The dominant tree species within the project area are Chinese Fir, Masson pine and Broad-leaf trees. The project is implemented in the key location commercial forest of Yong’an city, which distributes in the 14 towns. The project has approximately 7,186 ha commercial forest, whose ages ranging from sapling, middle age to mature forest, most of the broad-leaf trees are nearly mature or mature. 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 logging and managing plan issued by the local forest authority. The main object of the project is to improve the forest coverage rate, protect local ecological environment,

10,000 credits available
AA
China2014Agriculture 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.

40,000 credits available
AA
China2014Agriculture 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.

37,152.8 credits available
AA
China2013Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Fujian Yong’an Improved Forest Management Project
Fujian Yong’an Improved Forest Management Project

Project Description: Fujian Yong’an Improved Forest Management Project (hereafter “the project”) is located in Yong’an City, Fujian Province, P.R.China. It is implemented by the representative project owner Yong’an Forestry Bureau (hereafter “project owner”). The dominant tree species within the project area are Chinese Fir, Masson pine and Broad-leaf trees. The project is implemented in the key location commercial forest of Yong’an city, which distributes in the 14 towns. The project has approximately 7,186 ha commercial forest, whose ages ranging from sapling, middle age to mature forest, most of the broad-leaf trees are nearly mature or mature. 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 logging and managing plan issued by the local forest authority. The main object of the project is to improve the forest coverage rate, protect local ecological environment,

9,966.5 credits available
AA
China2015Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use
Fujian Yong’an Improved Forest Management Project
Fujian Yong’an Improved Forest Management Project

Project Description: Fujian Yong’an Improved Forest Management Project (hereafter “the project”) is located in Yong’an City, Fujian Province, P.R.China. It is implemented by the representative project owner Yong’an Forestry Bureau (hereafter “project owner”). The dominant tree species within the project area are Chinese Fir, Masson pine and Broad-leaf trees. The project is implemented in the key location commercial forest of Yong’an city, which distributes in the 14 towns. The project has approximately 7,186 ha commercial forest, whose ages ranging from sapling, middle age to mature forest, most of the broad-leaf trees are nearly mature or mature. 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 logging and managing plan issued by the local forest authority. The main object of the project is to improve the forest coverage rate, protect local ecological environment,

16,691.5 credits available
AA
China2013Agriculture 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.

47,252.8 credits available
AA
China2013Agriculture 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.

19,998.5 credits available
AA-
China2013Agriculture 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.

2,665.8 credits available
AA-
Democratic Republic of the Congo2015Agriculture 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.

29,998.9 credits available
AA-
China2014Agriculture 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.

39,953.9 credits available
AA-
China2015Agriculture 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.

2,648.2 credits available
A
Brazil2017Agriculture 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.

132,622.9 credits available
A
Brazil2013Agriculture 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.

15,549.4 credits available
A
Brazil2014Agriculture 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.

167,785 credits availableBrazil2014Agriculture 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.

225,407.3 credits availableBrazil2015Agriculture 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.

248,725.1 credits availableBrazil2013Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use