Tree Planting - Australia


The Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor is an ecological rejuvenation initiative situated in Southwest Australia, a recognized global biodiversity hotspot. Born out of the need to address the challenges of nonviable farming on degraded semi-arid lands, this project is not just about planting trees; it's about reviving an ecosystem. By reintroducing native trees and shrubs, it aims to reverse decades of habitat loss, soil degradation, and carbon emission, ensuring a greener future for the region.

Beyond just environmental revival, the project weaves a social fabric by offering local Indigenous communities employment opportunities, supporting over 80 local businesses, and fostering a holistic community benefit system. With its commitment sealed by Carbon Right and Carbon Covenants for a century, the Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor stands as a testament to sustainable restoration. Previously, it was recognized as the "Auscarbon Biodiversity Project."

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Sustainable Development Criteria  

Social Benefits

  • Provides employment opportunities, particularly for local Indigenous communities, fostering social inclusion and community empowerment.
  • Supports over 80 local businesses, bolstering the local economy and promoting community collaboration and growth.

Economic Benefits

  • Drives local economic growth by employing individuals and partnering with over 80 local businesses.
  • Revitalizes previously degraded land, enabling potential diversified land-use and value appreciation in the future.

Environmental Benefits

  • Restores and revitalizes degraded land, leading to improved soil health and reduced soil erosion.
  • Enhances biodiversity by planting native species, creating essential habitats and connectivity for local wildlife.

Technological Benefits

  • Implements advanced reforestation techniques to optimize growth and carbon sequestration.
  • Utilizes monitoring technologies to ensure the health and success of the newly planted ecosystems.
  • Industry

    Tree Planting

  • Location

    Western Australia

  • Certification

    Gold Standard

  • Impact

    202,689 metric ton