Carbon Project Identification
Through our network of NGO's, governments and organisations we can identify potential forest carbon projects around the world. The success of such forest (carbon) projects depends on several factors:
- stability, knowledge, experience and (contractual) commitment of local project partners;
- clarity on land titles;
- community benefits and participation;
- approval by the host country government;
- alignment with local policies;
- forest technical and organisational design;
- eligibility with carbon protocol criteria (VCS, CCBS, CDM).
During the project identification process, we perform an extensive Due Diligence, covering all these aspects. With this Due Diligence we can then define the financial, organizational, technical and social feasibility of the project.
At the end of a project identification process you will have: a reliable assessment of the feasibility of the project, opening up the opportunity for a contracted project (through MoU or ERPA) or contracted carbon credits.
We provide project identification services on a consultancy basis. If you want to know more, please contact
for further information.
- SEKEM Agroforestry Feasibility Study, Egypt (2012-ongoing);
- Mangrove Reforestation and Rehabilitation Feasibility Study, Ayeyarwady Delta, Myanmar (2012-ongoing);
- Zambezi REDD+ Project Feasibility Study, Zambia (2012);
- Agroforestry Development Feasibility Study, Niger (2011-ongoing);
- Identification of forest carbon conservation areas in the Brazilian Amazon, Brazil;
- Pre-technical and financial feasibility evaluation of a reforestation project under CDM or the voluntary market mechanism in Puerto Inca, Peru and a REDD forest concession project, Tambopata - Madre de Dios, Peru.