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The Shared Benefits of Trees

When you choose trees as a sustainability and carbon strategy, keep in mind that this option will go well beyond carbon sequestration. Trees provide a number of benefits in addition to providing the carbon credits that other carbon credit products cannot.

Effect Type:     Environmental - Ecological Environmental - Water Social - Financial Social - Community

Afforestation & Reforestation

  • Air Quality Improvement
  • Biodiversity Enhancement
  • Carbon Sequestration
  • Habitat Creation
  • Land Preservation
  • Soil Stabilization
  • Runoff Pollution Reduction
  • Water Quality Improvement
  • Flood Control Enhancement
  • Economic Growth
  • Financial Security
  • Job Creation
  • Empowerment for Local People
  • U.S. Based
  • Land Equity
  • Supports Farmers and Food Production
  • Poverty Alleviation

REDD+

  • Air Quality Improvement
  • Biodiversity Enhancement
  • Carbon Sequestration
  • Habitat Creation
  • Land Preservation
  • Soil Stabilization
  • Runoff Pollution Reduction
  • Water Quality Improvement
  • Flood Control Enhancement
  • Economic Growth
  • Financial Security
  • Job Creation
  • Empowerment for Local People
  • U.S. Based
  • Land Equity
  • Supports Farmers and Food Production
  • Poverty Alleviation

Cookstoves

  • Air Quality Improvement
  • Biodiversity Enhancement
  • Carbon Sequestration
  • Habitat Creation
  • Land Preservation
  • Soil Stabilization
  • Runoff Pollution Reduction
  • Water Quality Improvement
  • Flood Control Enhancement
  • Economic Growth
  • Financial Security
  • Job Creation
  • Empowerment for Local People
  • U.S. Based
  • Land Equity
  • Supports Farmers and Food Production
  • Poverty Alleviation

Methane Capture

  • Air Quality Improvement
  • Biodiversity Enhancement
  • Carbon Sequestration
  • Habitat Creation
  • Land Preservation
  • Soil Stabilization
  • Runoff Pollution Reduction
  • Water Quality Improvement
  • Flood Control Enhancement
  • Economic Growth
  • Financial Security
  • Job Creation
  • Empowerment for Local People
  • U.S. Based
  • Land Equity
  • Supports Farmers and Food Production
  • Poverty Alleviation

Energy Efficiency & Renewables

  • Air Quality Improvement
  • Biodiversity Enhancement
  • Carbon Sequestration
  • Habitat Creation
  • Land Preservation
  • Soil Stabilization
  • Runoff Pollution Reduction
  • Water Quality Improvement
  • Flood Control Enhancement
  • Economic Growth
  • Financial Security
  • Job Creation
  • Empowerment for Local People
  • U.S. Based
  • Land Equity
  • Supports Farmers and Food Production
  • Poverty Alleviation


To learn more about how verified forestry carbon credits can be a valuable part of your corporate sustainable development plan, please contact Jeremy Manion at or +1 402-473-9561.