As a public company trading on Euronext Amsterdam DGB Group offers exposure to carbon credits, a key instrument used by governments and corporations to achieve net zero.
of the world’s forests are already
acres of forest are lost each day because
people worldwide rely on forests for their livelihoods
Learn the process step-by-step from the latest version of the investor deck and see more details about DGB's business models and projects.
As a largest project developer of carbon credits in The Netherlands, DutchGreen, invests, manages and develops projects to generate nature compensation in the form of biodiversity offsets and carbon offsets. See more details about data within DGB's investor deck.
DGB has a pipeline of 9 projects on 10 different locations and forecasts to generate over 6 million tonnes of carbon offsets in H2 2021.
This investment in what is a sustainable forest management process also helps conserve water in one of Kenya’s key catchment areas.
The project has multiple locations, however, most of the trees are planted in three villages in the Yoko Sub Division in the Centre Region of Cameroon spanning an area of 2,300 – 3,000 hectares.
Bulindi Chimpanzee Habitat Restoration aims to rapidly restore declining chimpanzee habitat in Bulindi, Uganda, through active afforestation.
We ensure that all projects go through a rigorous verfication process to ensure that all carbon credits and biodiversity points are valid.
A team of ecologists and biologists run a feasibility study on the land.
Project managers design the project and set up scope and timelines.
The project plan is submitted for Verra Verification.
The carbon offset is verified and can be sold as carbon credits.
We are committed to a high-tech approach to nature restoration, harnessing the latest smart technologies to secure the best outcomes for the business, its customers and, ultimately, the planet.
Remote viewing monitors native species of plants, insects, mammals and birds, seasonal migrations, and analyses spot criti- cal changes over the years. showing the vegetati- on, species, condition and erosion characteristics of every square metre of land.
The AI can recognize and count trees and label man made objects and other anomalies. The AI uses machine learning to constantly improve itself for even more accurate and advanced biodiversity analysis.
We have developed a blockchain-based ecological certification approach to ensure that initiatives that implement biodiversity credits and carbon offsetting are environmentally sound