Small-scale Forestry and Carbon Markets

Staff member of the Kinesi nursery planting Albezia seedlings in the pots. August 2019. ©WeForest.
Forests naturally sequester carbon dioxide, with different forests in different regions sequestering different amounts. This captured carbon can be used to offset emissions (data).

This piece is a collaboration between One Point Five and Sādu

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Co-founder & CEO Sādu. Invest in your health, save trees. #SaduApp #NFTrees. Previously #ClimateTech VC & corporate innovation. @nyucga alum.

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Co-founder & CEO Sādu. Invest in your health, save trees. #SaduApp #NFTrees. Previously #ClimateTech VC & corporate innovation. @nyucga alum.

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