CCB Certification for Kibale Finalised

CCB Certification for Kibale Finalised

We are happy to announce that the Kibale forest restoration project in Uganda has now achieved CCB certification! The project started in 1995 and has been recently implemented as a revenue sharing project between the Uganda Wildlife Authority and Face the Future. This...

Face the Future as guest speaker at Coalescence 2015

Our colleague Adit Ram was invited to the annual conclave “Coalescence” at the Indian Institute of Forest Management (Bhopal, India) which was held on 31st October and 1st November. This year’s theme was “Economy, Ecology and Equity: Where does the synergy lie?” This...
Improving the Survival Conditions for the Orangutan

Improving the Survival Conditions for the Orangutan

Orangutans depend on forests that provide sufficient levels of high-energy food, according to a new study performed by Rutgers. This study is particularly important because it is the first to compare variations of food and nutrition at similar tropical rainforest...
PROFAFOR’s Carbon Footprint Neutralised

PROFAFOR’s Carbon Footprint Neutralised

We are pleased to announce that our subsidiary PROFAFOR S.A. is the first company in Ecuador that has offset their carbon emissions. The independent certifier ICONTEC has audited PROFAFOR for their emissions in 2013. To offset their carbon emissions of 31,52 t/CO2,...
Kibale project in process of being CCB certified

Kibale project in process of being CCB certified

Face the Future periodically monitors the progress of its project activities. New for our project in Kibale National Park is the monitoring of project impacts on community biodiversity, on top of the already existing carbon monitoring for quantifying climate impact....
Carbon Monitoring Fieldwork Completed In Kibale

Carbon Monitoring Fieldwork Completed In Kibale

In March 2014 we started our carbon monitoring campaign in Kibale National Park, together with the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA). Just last month the teams completed the work of this campaign. A total of about 350 plots were measured, with a total area of 70...