Forests cover 32% of the world's terrestrial ecosystems and provide many ecosystem services, climate change mitigation.
Forests may generate social values, or be connected with people’s lives, in ways that contribute to or deduct from, social well-being.
Data showed that trees benefited health by acting as a physical filter, absorbing polluting gases with their leaves and trapping dust in the air.
Trees are vital. As the largest plants on the planet, they provide us with oxygen, store carbon, stabilize the soil and give life to the world’s wildlife. Learn about why trees are important and explore the new ways how to integrate them into your business in our ebook.
"Our vision is to be a leading high-impact investor in sustainably managed forests by providing competitive real investment returns for our shareholders combined with positive social impact. In this book, we have compiled how important afforestation is for human life and how businesses can take more responsibility in this regard, by making use of globally recognized research for businesses and organizations and the work of scientists."
"In DGB, we manage and develop projects to generate nature compensation in the form of biodiversity offsets and carbon offsets. With this e-book, we with our ecologists, project managers, and researchers want to give what we have learned from our carbon offsetting projects back to the community. We want to raise awareness to help businesses live sustainably, take action to their net zero goals for the planet."
As a largest carbon credit project developer in The Netherlands, DutchGreen Business is a large-scale carbon sequestration project developer that specializes in generating carbon offsets from its sustainability managed nature base solutions.