CO2OL CliMates

Project description

Peatlands and forests are important carbon sinks that stabilise our climate. The destruction of tropical forests as well as the drainage of peatlands do not only release CO2 into the atmosphere but also destroy important ecosystems that are essential for biodiversity and the livelihood of many people.
The combination of a climate protection project in Germany for peatland restoration with an international acknowledged peat-forest project benefitting rural development in Indonesia gives you the opportunity to protect unique peatland ecosystems while supporting people in developing countries who have to cope with the consequences of climate change today.

MoorFutures –Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany

In the course of this project, an area of 54.5 hectares is to be rewetted on a permanent basis. As a result, the restored polder will develop into a mosaic of areas with rushes, reeds and wetland shrubbery as well as shallow ponds. The combination of wet and semi-dry peatland, open water and shrubs will result in a significant increase in the number of species of conservation interest.
At the same time, restored peatlands absorb a substantial amount of greenhouse gases. Therefore, the rehabilitation of peatlands is an important contribution to global and regional climate protection.

Katingan Mentaya Project, Indonesia

The project is the largest program of its kind, equivalent to taking 2,000,000 cars off the road each year. In partnership with local communities, carbon revenues are utilised to ensure natural forest restoration and protection, through activities aligned to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Project type

Peatland restoration; REDD

Location

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern/Brandenburg, Germany; Indonesia

Project size

64.5 hectare peatland, 149800 hectare forestry

Project developer

Landgesellschaft Mecklenburg-Vorpommern; Flächenagentur Brandenburg GmbH; PT Rimba Makmur Utama

Standard

MoorFutures Standard; VCS, CCBS

Validator/certifier

State Office for the Environment, Conservation and Geology; HNE Eberswalde; Control Union

Communications

project description, pictures, background stories, project visit is possible

Key Facts

64,5 hectare peatland are being restored

21.069 tons CO2-Equivalents less will be emitted in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

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