Belize agroforestry project
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WHAT IS THE BELIZE PROJECT ABOUT?
Planting trees is one of the most ecological ways of carbon sequestration.
Tree-planting contributes to restoring biodiversity and improves soil, air, and water conditions. It also benefits
the local communities. We run the Belize project on our own land, thus securing its duration for decades.
We follow our TerGo IFCC standards, and ISO 14064-3:2019, Greenhouse gases – Part 3: Specification with guidance for the verification and validation of greenhouse gas statements.
Our project is carried out in accordance with ISO 14064-2:2019, Greenhouse gases — Part 2: Specification with guidance at the project level for quantification, monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emission reductions or removal enhancements.
TerGo’s planting approach optimizes CO2 intake, soil conditions, and trees’ growth, providing excellent carbon storage in the plants and below ground.
Step 1: Planting inga leguminous trees in rows, leaving space for timber and fruit trees in between.
Step 2: Planting fruit trees in rows in the middle.
Step 3: Planting madre-de-cacao on the edges of the plot; they act as wind-breakers and protect borders.
Want to learn more? Download our tree-planting manual.
PROJECT COORDINATOR AND OUR HERO
We work closely with the local community. Emil has vast experience in developing ecological projects and ensuring environmental compliance. His expertise in working in Belize is invaluable!See Emil’s LinkedIn profile
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