Machbarkeitsstudie für ein Rangeland Carbon-Projekt für den Limpopo-Nationalpark
Rangeland degradation is one of the greatest land use challenges in southern Africa, leading to the encroachment of local cattle into wildlife areas and resulting in human-wildlife conflicts. At the same time, rangeland restoration offers possibilities to store large amounts of carbon in the soil while sensitizing the local population on topics such as animal health and wildlife conservation. Therefore, a locally active non-governmental organisation intends to upscale their rangeland restoration efforts by anchoring current rangeland restoration activities in a Verified Carbon Standard & Climate, Community, and Biodiversity Standard carbon project. Unique was selected to assess the feasibility of such a project and to lay the foundation of a future project description document.
- Assessment of the preliminary eligibility of the project
- Strategic advice on the project extent
- Safeguard and policy screening to ensure suitability
- Quantification of carbon credit potential
- Execution of a financial and risk assessment