Preserving Ecosystems

Reforestum and Ecosphere+ enter partnership to preserve forest ecosystems

 

Cambridge Cleantech member Reforestum, who is on a mission to collaboratively preserve the earth’s forest ecosystems, has entered into a partnership with Ecosphere to finance conservation and restoration projects in threatened ecosystems. 

 

 

The partnership consists of integrating Ecosphere’s projects onto Reforestum’s platform. Reforestum believes that collaboratively protecting and restoring the earth’s forest ecosystems is essential to build a cleaner, healthier, and fairer future for ourselves and the generations to come.

 

“Funding the right projects in the right way is at the heart of what we do. Therefore, we are thrilled to announce (…) our new partnership with Ecosphere+ to protect indigenous forest in the Peruvian Amazon and peatland rainforest in Indonesia’s South Sumatra. Through this partnership, Reforestum is proud to support some of the world’s most accredited forest conservation projects, which protect threatened forests vital to carbon sequestration, conserve key biodiversity and support sustainable development of local, indigenous communities,” said Diego Sanz, CEO of Reforestum.

 

“We are delighted to be working with Reforestum who are using technology to scale climate action. Innovative new solutions, like their platform to make carbon measurement and putting a price on carbon easy, will aggregate the actions of the many to make a huge collective impact,” said Lisa Walker, CEO of Ecosphere+.

 

Reforestum’s cutting-edge technology makes it easier than ever to integrate carbon offsetting as part of company processes – whether internal or external, offering APIs and a simple interface to support projects in a scalable, transparent and engaging way. Reforestum puts businesses and individuals in control of their climate action and make it visible for the world to see.

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Reforestum currently enables clients to fund 3 projects 3 areas: Cordillera,  Sumatra, and Génesis.

 

 

Visit their website to know how you can play a role in preserving the Earth’s ecosystems.