Queensland HIR Carbon Project (CBMH)
Queensland HIR Carbon Project (CBMH)

Queensland HIR Carbon Project (CBMH)

This project establishes permanent native forests through assisted regeneration from in-situ seed sources (including rootstock and lignotubers) on land that was cleared of vegetation and where regrowth was suppressed for at least 10 years prior to the project having commenced. This project is in the Quilpie local government area.
Katingan Peatland Restoration and Conservation Project
Katingan Peatland Restoration and Conservation Project

Katingan Peatland Restoration and Conservation Project

The Katingan Restoration and Conservation Project (‘The Katingan Project’) protects and restores 149,800 hectares of peatland ecosystems, to offer local communities sustainable sources of income, and to tackle global climate change. The project lies within the districts of Katingan and Kotawaringin Timur in Central Kalimantan Province and covers one of the largest remaining intact peat swamp forests in Indonesia
Canopy Blue Kelp Reforestation
Canopy Blue Kelp Reforestation

Canopy Blue Kelp Reforestation

Kelp forests are created by a large canopy forming brown seaweeds. These extensive coastal habitats provide valuable ecological and economic services to humans, including refuges for biodiversity, provision of food and products, and carbon storage. Everclime has worked with Canopy Blue to bring Kelp Reforestation Impact Certificates to market.
North Kimberley Pastoral Carbon Abatement
North Kimberley Pastoral Carbon Abatement

North Kimberley Pastoral Carbon Abatement

Doongan and Theda Stations are located on the Gibb River-Kalumburu Road in the far north Kimberley, and together comprise over 610,00Ha of savanna woodland, rocky escarpment, grassland and rainforest. Dunkeld Pastoral Co Pty Ltd operations in the Kimberley are focused on carbon abatement and sustainable land management.
Green Infra Wind Power Project
Green Infra Wind Power Project

Green Infra Wind Power Project

This Project covers the installation of 10 wind turbines with 1500kW capacity each. The objective of the 15 MW wind power project is to generate electricity from a non-polluting source, wind energy, in the state of Rajasthan. The project provides clean electricity for supplying to the respective state electricity grids.
Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Plant a Tree Project
Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Plant a Tree Project

Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Plant a Tree Project

The Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Project aims to recreate a healthy, functioning landscape, restored after decades of habitat loss and degradation. This will become the new bush that helps connect to the Australian Outback. It is a legacy landscape – one in which our actions now will ensure this landscape will be left in a much improved condition than we received it. This will be our gift to future generations and to the planet.
Yuin Station - WA HIR Carbon Project
Yuin Station - WA HIR Carbon Project

Yuin Station - WA HIR Carbon Project

This project is in the Shire of Murchison local government area. This project establishes permanent native forests through assisted regeneration from in-situ seed sources (including rootstock and lignotubers) on land that was cleared of vegetation and where regrowth was suppressed for at least 10 years prior to the project having commenced.
Busselton Jetty Environment Foundation
Busselton Jetty Environment Foundation

Busselton Jetty Environment Foundation

The Busselton Jetty Environment Foundation makes a difference working to conserve our world class marine environment and unique marine life for the future of our oceans! Your purchase helps us implement important environmental projects and programs such as our pile rehabilitation program, conduct important marine life monitoring, run our schools program to educate young people on our amazing marine environment and assist with our clean oceans programs.
Seeding Native Grassland Restoration
Seeding Native Grassland Restoration

Seeding Native Grassland Restoration

Native vegetation and specifically grassy woodland plant associations have been poorly conserved or highly modified in most areas of the Adelaide Mount Lofty Ranges (AMLR). They were recognised federally as endangered by the Australian Nature Conservation Agency in March 1993. There is little connectivity between the few patches of grassy woodland remaining. Past attempts to link or restore these areas have primarily focused on over storey trees and shrubs rather than the species rich ground flora of herbaceous plants and grasses.
Crow Lake Wind Project
Crow Lake Wind Project

Crow Lake Wind Project

The Crow Lake wind farm is spread over 36,000 acres and comprises 108 turbines, with BEPC owning 100 turbines, South Dakotan Wind Partners owning 7 turbines, and MTI owning 1 turbine. The project harnesses the wind to power homes with clean electricity, displacing energy generated from fossil fuel power plants. The Crow Lake Wind project provides an innovative model for community-based renewable energy projects that bring together the skills and resources of multiple parties for a common goal.
Livingseas Coral Reef Restoration
Livingseas Coral Reef Restoration

Livingseas Coral Reef Restoration

Livingseas has seen great success using the MARRS reef stars method at our site, and the modularity of the structure itself has helped us gain more flexibility in its placement. By building 5 hectares of reef, Livingseas will not only be giving back to the ocean and rebuilding the lost marine habitat and biodiversity in the area, but also impacting the local communities that depend on this reef for sustenance and tourism.
Forever Wild: Cape York, Burning for Biodiversity
Forever Wild: Cape York, Burning for Biodiversity

Forever Wild: Cape York, Burning for Biodiversity

Forever Wild acquires and manages land for nature and people. Science shows us that both can co-exist in a contemporary world, and we have set out to make it happen. Our Shared Earth Landscapes are a powerful demonstration of how to put nature and social well-being at the heart of landscape management. The Tropical Wetlands reserve in Northern Australia is one property in our Cape York Shared Earth Landscape. The reserve has permanent lakes, swamps and creeks and an incredible mosaic of old-growth savanna woodland. The landscape holds one of the highest mammal diversities in the Cape York region, over 220 species of birds (over one quarter of Australia’s bird species) and diverse elements from Aboriginal and early settler European culture. The Tropical Wetlands is a biodiversity jewel.