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SINCE 1990

Forests are vitally important to us all. We restore and protect vulnerable forest ecosystems all over the world.


Face the Future develops unique forestry projects to mitigate climate change, certified according to the highest international standards. In cooperation with our partners, we realise projects with multiple positive impacts. Our nature restoration projects counteract climate change, restore ecosystems and increase biodiversity. In addition, they improve food security for people in these regions and boost their socio-economic resilience. Our projects in Uganda and Malaysia are some of the most extensive forest replanting projects in the world.


We offer advice on climate compensation, forest project development and monitoring forestry projects. Our first reforestation project began in 1992. Since then, we and our local partners have realised more than 50,000 hectares of forest on four continents. We also cooperate with other organisations on reforestation initiatives. We welcome the opportunity to use our nearly 30 years of experience in climate forestry projects to support you with our expertise, our network and our communication channels.



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Meer weten over boomaanplant in kippenuitlopen? Probos, Louis Bolk Instituut, Stichting Biomeerwaarde-ei en Face the Future hebben de website gelanceerd met praktische informatie over verschillende teelten, wet- en regelgeving, kosten en baten en de meerwaarde van agroforestry.
The economist made an interesting video about the contribution of trees and forests to climate change mitigating: The Story Behind …trees and climate change We are, of course, very proud that the UWA-FACE forest restoration project in Kibale National Park, Uganda is mentioned as an example of a succ Read more
Did you know that forests globally already remove around 25% of the anthropogenic carbon emissions added to the atmosphere each year? And did you know that forests, especially tropical forests, are also a very cost-effective means to capture and store carbon? At the request of Greenchoice and the R Read more
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There are many ways to restore a landscape. In dry areas, where most trees are logged for firewood or intensively browsed by cattle, savannah woodland dissapears at a rapid pace. The landscape is reduced to a dry, erosion prone, degraded state. Due to the harsh circumstances, planting and establishi Read more