The two biggest issues we face today in conservation are climate change and biodiversity loss and the challenge is to find a ...
rePLANET was formed by merging two sister companies, rePLANET Blue and rePLANET Wildlife, our aim is to restore and conserve landscapes by generating carbon and biodiversity credits and selling them on the voluntary markets.
Our priority is that the main beneficiary of these projects should be the owners, users or managers of the areas being restored or protected. 60% of the final price of any carbon or biodiversity credit sold from our projects returns to benefit local stakeholders. This level of funding can be life-changing for the impoverished communities benefiting, allowing them to develop small businesses or improve health, education or housing.
rePLANET projects produce premium quality carbon and biodiversity credits with substantial benefits to local stakeholders, and the costs of these credits are deliberately kept competitive so that they attract large scale-funding to restore or protect substantial areas.