Carbon Project Development

Forest Management

We engage in various “types” of forestry projects, with a primary focus on Improved Forest Management (IFM). Our expertise extends to both Voluntary and Compliance systems, and we frequently align our initiatives with UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This strategic approach allows us to integrate more comprehensive and holistic elements into our activities.

Mangroves (BlueCarbon)

Hardy shrubs/trees that grow mainly in coastal saline or brackish water in an equatorial clime, typically along coastlines and tidal rivers/marshes. Mangroves play an essential role in supporting sustainable coastal and marine ecosystems/biodiversity and supporting carbon sequestration.

Seagrass (BlueCarbon)

Seagrasses are found in shallow salty and brackish waters in many parts of the world. Often confused with seaweeds, they are actually closely related to land-based flowering plants. They form productive underwater ecosystems, are responsible for holding sea soil in place, and sequester significant soil carbon over time.


A carbon-rich material is produced through the pyrolysis process, involving the thermal decomposition of biomass at elevated temperatures without the presence of oxygen or water. Biochar applications include soil improvement and animal feed. Biochar is a sustainable solution for waste management and environmental enhancement

Renewable Energy Systems

Systems that generate power from sustainable sources like solar, wind, wave, and ocean thermal energy. These technologies harness natural elements to produce electricity, offering cleaner alternatives to traditional energy sources.

Capture and Destruction of Hazardous Gas

We undertake projects related to coal mining, landfills, agriculture and industry, focusing on mitigating the release of environmentally harmful gases into the atmosphere. This includes the capture and destruction of methane, sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrous oxide (N2O) and other pollutants. Addressing these various gases is essential for reducing overall GHG emissions and combating climate change.