The Vida Manglar projects works with local communities to restore and protect 11,000 hectares of mangrove forest along the Caribbean coast and takes into account the carbon sequestered both above and below the water.
The Million Metres Streams project is a national program and funding mechanism which helps identify native vegetation river restoration efforts and facilitates securing them funding from multiple sources.
The Moldova Soil Conservation Project focuses on restoring degraded lands across the country through wide scale reforestation efforts covering 20.3 thousand ha of previously degraded lands.
Guyana’s jurisdictional REDD+ project has helped keep the annual national deforestation rate to 0.1 percent while providing finance mechanisms for a national carbon credit strategy.
Livestock based agriculture is both a large source of emissions and critical source of income for Colombia, with investments in silvopastoral systems being a critical pathway for reducing emissions while sustaining this vital income source.
Natural England announced funding for six study projects which would utilize nature restoration for carbon sequestration methodologies and each cover an area of greater than 500 hectares.