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The Pacific Coast of Mexico has opened up to us. We are currently working with the Yoeme Nations in the states of Sonora and Sinaloa. The mangroves in this area are struggling and some have completely become desolate terrain.
The Amazon Rainforest has been known to be the largest Rainforest in the world for a long time. However, in the last 100 years, it has been damaged enormously due to outside influences. The indigenous in Ecuador have asked us to help them reforest.
The Rainforest in the Peten region is where we work with a couple of projects inviting us to reforest and conserve. These are areas still in the first phases of the projects. One is working with forestry, and the other is working with mangroves. We will post updates as more information becomes available on the progress.
The beautiful archipelago of Boca de Toro is where there is a need for reforestation and conservation. Our project will bring the indigenous communities carbon credits once certified by the official body of certifications. We will post more about this project as it progresses.
The Masai of Tanzania reached out to us for assistance in helping them with the situation they are faced with. The forests need reforestation and regeneration of the land. We look forward to updates as this project gets further underway.
It has been reported that 4.7 million hectares of forest disappear every year. We feel it is our purpose to see as many of those forests restored to nature.
We are Carbon Project developers. Sometimes that means reforestation and conservation if a country is not ready to support the carbon credit programs..
Here is a brief snapshot of their differences. In the fight against climate change, both forestry and blue carbon projects hold a pivotal role. While they share the overarching goal of reducing atmospheric carbon dioxide levels, they represent different spheres of carbon sequestration – one rooted in terrestrial ecosystems and the other submerged in marine habitats. Let's unravel both project types, distinctive characteristics, and contributions.
Definition and Scope
Forestry projects pertain to initiatives that revolve around forest management, conservation, and restoration. These initiatives aim to enhance the carbon sequestration capacity of forests while promoting biodiversity and ecosystem health.
Methods and Approaches
Definition and Scope
Blue carbon projects relate to conserving, restoring, and sustaining coastal and marine ecosystems, primarily mangroves, seagrasses, and tidal salt marshes. These ecosystems are vital in sequestering carbon dioxide, termed "blue carbon."
Methods and Approaches
While forestry and blue carbon projects operate in different realms, they are complementary forces in the global endeavor to curb climate change. Both types of projects offer a holistic approach to conservation, working hand in hand to create a balanced and resilient planet.
Though different in their focus areas, forestry and blue carbon projects converge in their ultimate goal — to foster a planet where life can thrive sustainably. Understanding each project type's unique characteristics and benefits enables us to appreciate the intricate tapestry of efforts woven to combat climate change and safeguard our earth for generations to come.
Our projects are focused on reforesting and regenerating the areas where the ecosystems have experienced destruction from both manmade and natured produced. We are restoring these necessary biospheres to health so that, once again, they can grow and maintain the biodiversity that lives within them.
This is the only carbon credit program from the country of Panama, and we are now
utilizing the most polluting greenhouse gas (GHG), methane to create energy.
CarbonDivest.Org has been directing this project from start to finish, and it is now a real
environmental win!! Electricity is being generated from garbage.
The proposed PMCC will reduce GHG emissions by displacing fossil fuels for electricity
generation that would otherwise increase the production of CO2 released into the
atmosphere. Electricity is generated utilizing three identical motors that take
advantage of the heat energy of the biogas with a combined installed capacity of 7.2 MW.
It yielded 518,237 (much more than initially expected) carbon credits ready to be commercialized. But this is just the beginning, as this was just the first monitoring period (from 07/07/2017 to 12/31/2021), whose crediting period will be up to 06/30/2027, with a possibility to be renewed. This means that the project will receive more and more credits until 2027 and possibly further into the future!
A typical project of this kind requires an average of 1.5 years of development until the first credits can be harvested, which was the case. These projects require a lot of hard work to pull off,
particularly this one that had several challenges to overcome, but we persevered and
In a world where every positive action counts, your support can be a beacon of hope and a catalyst for substantial change. From the lush rainforests to the vibrant communities that call them home, every contribution you make nourishes the lifeline of our planet.