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Pure forest stands are increasingly vulnerable to climate risks and thus release carbon. At least ~25% (>3 million ha) of German forests needs to be adapted.
Adaptation measures such as planting resilient tree species or natural rejuvenation of the forest stand create climate-resilient mixed forests and store additional carbon.
A carbon credit is issued for each additional ton of carbon stored. The proceeds from the credit sale enable forest owners to finance their adaptation measures and companies to actively contribute to climate protection.
Our approach reduces risks, increases transparency and ensures the effectiveness of our climate protection projects
We create a digital twin of the forest using forest inventory data. This serves as the basis for subsequent simulations.
We use scientifically tested models to calculate natural forest development (baseline scenario) and planned adaptation measures (project scenario) under the effects of climate change.
The difference between the project and baseline scenarios results in the additional carbon sink performance and thus the number of carbon credits. The results are verified by independent third parties.
Testing and certification by renowned auditors such as TÜV NORD CERT.
Ensuring permanence following internationally established rules and through a buffer reserve.
Without income through carbon credits, forest adaptation would not be possible in this way.