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Carbon Performance and Integrity

Sustainable Forest Management

Sustainable forest management plays a crucial role in safeguarding biodiversity, mitigating climate change, and preserving the longevity of essential ecosystems.

Through a delicate balance of conservation and meeting economic demands, it ensures the sustainable use of resources for both current and future generations.

At Silvipar, this is our mission.


Responsibly transforming degraded lands into flourishing forests.


18 million tCO2

Carbon removal sequestration target.

SilviPar is certified under the VCS (Verified Carbon Standard) standard and is in the process of receiving CCB (Climate, Community and Biodiversity) certification.  

Our approach advances climate change mitigation goals whilst generating tangible economic benefits through the sale of high-quality carbon credits. 

No natural forests are cleared for SilviPar plantations. We plant trees on degraded grazing land, often ravaged by fire, that holds minimal carbon stores.


The plantations are estimated to be storing CO2 at a rate of 323 tons per hectare, making this one of the most efficient ways available for removing carbon from the atmosphere.


Silvipar allocates 25% of the total land area for conservation and restoration. We closely monitor and protect 60+ ETP species.

Our dedication to conservation is demonstrated by our commitment that exceeds the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) guideline by an impressive fivefold. 


We systematically assess the environmental and social impacts (ESIA) of all our properties, implementing comprehensive Environmental and Social Management and Monitoring Plans (ESMMP) to ensure ongoing management and sustainability. 


SilviPar has a robust biodiversity management program, underscoring our commitment to preserving and enhancing the natural ecosystems within our operations.


We implement rigorous measures to promote net gains in ecosystems and biodiversity, ensuring their protection and preservation through monitoring and active measures with a precautionary approach. 

The areas of high conservation value are identified in the planning phase and the most valuable sites including migration corridors are set aside as conservation areas.

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