Everland is an initiative born to help forest communities thrive, while they care for the environment for their own benefit, resulting in climate change mitigation for the benefit of us all.
Climatetrade & Everland
Everland is one of our trusted partners on reforestation projects, as its portfolio includes some of the most impactful projects worldwide.
Through its work, we address the urgent need for forest conservation, wildlife protection and community development benefits.
Everland works exclusively with high-impact projects as they only trade Verified Emission Reductions from RED++ projects.
This is the most effective way to achieve lasting results for climate, conservation and communities.
This is a pioneering wildlife conservation project, it protects over 200,000 hectares of dryland forest with over 11,000 wild elephants living in this ecosystem. The project provides social programmes affecting more than 116,000 local people and provides the local community in the Kasigau corridor region with jobs that replace unsustainable sources of income such as poaching, subsistence farming and illegal logging.
This project protects 300,000 hectares of critical habitat for the pygmy chimpanzee and forest elephant in the Congo Basin.
It reduces the main drivers of forest and biodiversity loss by building and renovating schools, providing health care services, supporting food security and nutrition, and conducting capacity-building activities that empower local communities.
The Cardamom rainforest landscape is one of the last remaining undivided rainforests in South East Asia and is essential for preserving the biodiversity of Indo-Burma. Using the best practices for forest protection and community development, this project avoids more than 3,000,000 tons of CO2 emissions per year and protects 497,000 hectares of rainforest in southwest Cambodia.
The project conserves the 182,000 hectares of the Alto Mayo Protected Forest in Peru, providing essential funding for the conservation model based on forest management involving more than 1,000 families. By effectively curbing some of the country’s highest deforestation rates, the project is expected to generate 10.3 million tonnes of Verified Emission Reductions (VERs) over 20 years.