TerraCarbon

 

We connect conservation projects to carbon finance.

TerraCarbon LLC is a leading advisory firm that helps develop and sell carbon offsets

to fund forest and wetland conservation around the world. We believe that innovative approaches that place a value on nature and provide incentives for conservation are critical to addressing climate change, improving the availability and quality of freshwater, protecting biodiversity, and alleviating poverty.​

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TerraCarbon Projects

Projects Validated/Supported: 30
Area Restored/Protected: 1.9 million hectares
Verified Emission Reductions: 25 million mtCO2e

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Dynamic global monitoring system for forest restoration​

Susan Cook Patton and Peter Ellis of The Nature Conservancy, together with TerraCarbon's David Shoch, have published a comment in Nature Climate Change titled "Dynamic global monitoring needed to use restoration of forest cover as a climate solution."  The authors argue that a global network of existing forest restoration projects with control plots and remote-sensing technologies is needed to rapidly update and refine estimates of climate mitigation potential, track progress towards restoration goals and course-correct actions to improve restoration outcomes.​Read the article here. 

A Letter to TerraCarbon’s Clients and Partners​

On behalf of the TerraCarbon team, we want to thank our clients and partners for their tireless efforts over the past 12 tiring months to advance conservation and the fight for a safe climate.  The pandemic brought new challenges for our clients and partners in 2020, particularly for those working with communities with little access to healthcare or with livelihoods impacted by the loss of tourism.  And it highlighted the need and the value of sustainable sources of finance, like carbon finance, to create resilient outcomes for nature and for communities.   Like many others, over the past year, we have had to adapt the way we work and to find new ways to support projects remotely.  Our usual field visits to survey site conditions, to gather data, to meet with stakeholders and to train field staff have been replaced by zoom meetings, screen shares, and cell phone and Facetime calls from the field to do the same.  It hasn’t always been ideal, but it has worked. Together with our clients and partners, we made important progress in 2020 to expand offset methodologies, to bring new nature-based projects to market, and to advise on key natural climate solution initiatives.  Highlights in 2020 included:  Read more

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Our current and past clients include the world’s leading conservation organizations, forward-thinking companies, and pioneering social enterprises:

 

   

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We know…financing conservation is not easy.  Sure, you can ask for donations, apply for grants, seek funding from government programs. But it is often not enough, and usually only available to cover the upfront costs of your project...

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For many organizations, reducing or eliminating their carbon footprint is a way to demonstrate environmental responsibility and sustainability to customers and employees that want to be part of the solution, and not part of the problem...

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We understand that developing new markets for environmental services means building tools and rules that underpin the functioning of these markets. It also means evaluating current approaches...

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1822 W. Willow Wood Drive

Peoria, Illinois 61614

205 E. High Street

Charlottesville VA 22902

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