Afforestation is the practice of creating new forests by introducing trees to previously non-forested areas. Land lost to desertification, disused agricultural and industrial areas, and land degraded from overgrazing is all suitable for afforestation projects.


Reforestation is the practice of replanting or naturally regenerating trees in areas that have been affected by natural disasters such as wildfires or droughts, as well as unnatural disturbances like logging, mining, and agricultural clearing.


Agroforestry is the intentional incorporation of trees and shrubs into agriculture. The two most common approaches to this are growing crops (silvo-arable) or pasture for consumption by animals (silvo-pastoral) beneath and in between trees.

Why we use this method

A proven, scalable, low-cost solution

The time to act is now, and forests are one of a handful of carbon dioxide removal technologies that are ready to be deployed on a large scale at a relatively low cost. While they are not a silver bullet solution to the climate emergency, they can contribute considerably. In addition to their climate impact, forests provide billions of dollars worth of ecosystem services each year.

Here are Carbon Removal Portfolios using Forestation in their composition

Here are Carbon Removal Portfolios using Biochar in their composition

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