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The carbon industry involve the reliability of certification via carbon standards. The Green Economy Partnership is the first carbon elimination standard for engineered carbon removal methods in the voluntary carbon industry.

High quality carbon removal procedures, aligned with the IPCC definition for carbon removal, for products or processes that remove carbon from the atmosphere.



Our vision is to help the world’s economy to reward net-zero carbon footprint by 2050.



We want to mobilize the world to reverse climate change by removing its carbon emissions.

Securing the rights to the first forestry to launch a campaign to start the carbon ecosystem at a jurisdictional level

Green Economy Partnership is the first carbon elimination standard for engineered carbon removal methods in the voluntary carbon industry. This means that it sets guidelines for methods and technologies that can be used to remove carbon from the atmosphere, such as afforestation, soil carbon sequestration, and direct air capture. It aims to provide a framework for organizations and individuals to offset their carbon emissions through the use of these methods, and to ensure that the carbon removal is done in a verifiable and sustainable manner.

A Forestry Project in Africa

Forestry to Launch Campaign

Have a “Digital Twin” on a Private Block Chain

Forestry to Launch Campaign

Create a Scheme to Add More and More Forestry Using a “Digital” Monitoring System

Forestry to Launch Campaign

Aviation has imposed targets on CO2 emissions

Some emissions cannot be reduced, hence must be offset

Reduce Global warming

Reduce Global warming

Aviation industry is one of the highest emitters of CO2 and it needs to reduce its total emissions from 1 Billion tons per year to achieve net zero in 2050.

Support in becoming Net-zero

Support in becoming Net-zero

UAE has announced it will achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050; As one of UAE’s top emitters, EGA needs to lead the path in decarbonization

Protect shareholder value

Protect shareholder value

60+ countries have launched Carbon taxes and private sector could incur an additional cost of $0.5.–1.5bn. This costs will be offset from nature-based removals


Executive Summary

The project we establish looks at how conventional structured finance methods applied to natural tropical forest might give forest managers greater ability to access long-term finance.

Improved finance has been identified as one of the ‘missing’ elements necessary to unlock the wider uptake of tropical Sustainable Forest Management (SFM).

We propose and test ‘EcoSecuritisation’, an innovative approach to the financing of natural forests that enables the development of long term asset value rather than short-term timber yield, through the issue of long duration Forest-backed bonds. The proposed mechanism utilises portfolio diversification; recent developments in forestry insurance and risk mitigation techniques; and the emergence of markets for ecosystem services in order to attract a diverse range of capital market investors.

The issue of forest-backed bonds in the proposed format will enable the creation of a long-term capital pool accessible to SFM operators and investors. Although governments remain the dominant owners of tropical natural forests, community and indigenous groups are playing an increasingly important role, and an increasingly diverse range of groups now carries out the management and harvesting of tropical natural forests.

We will guide and establish Significant financing gaps that exist throughout the strata of tropical SFM, and viewing the sector as a whole is expected to deliver real benefits in terms of overall uptake.

The principles of EcoSecuritisation can be extended ‘up’ to government and ‘down’ to small and medium sized forest enterprises via alternative structures. Sovereign bonds issued against state income from SFM, and securitisation of small scale loans for SFM are both possibilities.

Natural Forestry and Management

Natural Forest Assets

Over 30% of the world’s land area – about 40 million km2 – is covered in forest. 96% of this is classified as natural forest. In addition to providing an economic and cultural backdrop for the lives of 700million of the world’s poorest people, this vast global estate delivers an array of essential local and global environmental services, including water storage and filtration, soil stabilisation and carbon sequestration.
Forest-Backed Bonds Proof of Concept Study Forum for the Future & EnviroMarket

36.4% Primary forest
52.7% Modified natural forest
7.1% Semi-naturalforest
3% Productive forest plantation
0.8% Protective forest plantation

Ownership & Management

Around 86% of forests are under government ownership, 79% under the direct control of central government (FAO, 2005). Governments allocate the right to manage these resources via concessions to a range of commercial, community and NGO groups.

Globally about 34% of forests are managed in some way.

However the existence of clear and enforceable property rights – central to effective ownership - remains a contentious issue in many tropical countries. Local political elites have often usurped and re-allocated traditionally held community and tribal rights – rarely recorded in any official statute book – and reallocated them as lucrative logging concessions, with predictable consequences in terms of local tension and conflict.

Sustainable Forest Management

Sustainable forest management (SFM) operators and investors seek to develop new income streams from natural forests such as carbon, conservation payments and ecotourism, and may blend this with income from plantations. The process emphasises quality and diversity of asset value and the development of long term cash flow. Enhancing underlying asset value in this way reduces overall investment risk over time.

Unlike plantations, natural forests yield a wide variety of hardwood timber species, and this requires a more flexible approach to marketing. Once a particular area has been harvested, it may be 40/50 years before the next harvest. Investment in modern processing equipment can ensure that the best use is made of the available resource, but this entails capital investment.

Forest-Backed Bonds Proof of Concept Study Forum for the Future & EnviroMarket Abbreviations and Acronyms

  • Asset Backed Security
  • Biodiversity Offsets
  • Certified Emission Reduction
  • Conservation Easement
  • Economic vs. Financial Assessments
  • Eco Securitisation
  • Ecosystem Services
  • Bond
  • Forest Operator
  • Investor
  • Lender
  • Natural Capital


The Green Economy Partnership initiates credits in Africa and supports project originators to grasp carbon finance revenues.

Our’s team holds the unique record number of registration and the leading volume of carbon credits issued. The GEP implementation and technical capability translated into landmark transactions as well as pioneer carbon certification success.

Project Identification

Project Identification

Green Economy classifies carbon credits opportunities. Our capability spans many carbon approaches covering a various set of project activities like forestry and among others.

Project Valuation

Project Valuation

Green Economy analyses the project’s suitability under the relevant international carbon credits standards such as Verra, Gold Standard, etc and provides a carbon credits potential valuation.

Certification Support

Certification Support

Green Economy supports the overall carbon certification process from the Project Design Document drafting to the validation, registration, verifications, and issuances milestones.

Natural Forestry and Management

As per Paris agreement offsets are not enough to achieve their goals all alone. The Oxford Principles for Net Zero Aligned Carbon Offsetting and other international initiatives are calling for companies to include Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) as part of their net zero strategy. We identify carbon removal suppliers from various methodologies, have their negative emissions independently verified and issue CO2 Removal Certificates, CORCs, a science-based carbon removal credit.

Natural Forestry and Management