Wildlife caught on camera

Wildlife caught on camera

Everyone knows about the abundance of wildlife in our project area, but it is not always so easy to really see the elephants, chimpanzees or bushbucks. Although species like baboons, black and white colobus or red tailed monkeys are relatively common to spot, many...
Kibale VCS + CCB verification passed

Kibale VCS + CCB verification passed

We are proud to share the news that our forest restoration project in Kibale National Park, Uganda has passed its 3rd VCS and 2nd CCBS verification audit. The Spanish Association for Standardization and Certification (Aenor) verified a net carbon sequestration between...
Kibale project in process of VCS + CCB verification

Kibale project in process of VCS + CCB verification

We are happy to announce that we have finished another round of monitoring of our forest restoration project in Kibale, Uganda in support of our VCS + CCB certification. The monitoring results are available in the draft Project Implementation Report and the draft VCS...
Monitoring carbon sequestration in Kibale forests

Monitoring carbon sequestration in Kibale forests

One of our major goals is to mitigate climate change by planting forests that stores carbon dioxide in its biomass. It is therefore essential to know how much carbon gets absorbed by the trees our forests. Since 2003 we are monitoring the carbon stocks in the Kibale...
Ecuador Visit April 2016

Ecuador Visit April 2016

(Parts taken from CERO CARBONO NO. 25 written by Luis Fernando Jara, PROFAFOR S.A.) The COP21 in December 2015 generated a lot of interest in environmental and social benefits provided by forests. So many governments today value their forests and the private sector is...