Myanmar and Uganda forest projects first
Initially, two forest projects will begin to capture carbon. The first is in Myanmar and the second is in Uganda. Later, more forests projects will be initiated around the world, so that all in all we expect to capture carbon and reduce nature loss through up to five forest projects with WWF.
The partnership will conserve and/or restore the forest cover of an estimated 200,000 ha of high biodiversity value tropical forests. It will plant an estimated 10 million new trees, resulting in an estimated 4 million mature trees in restored forests by the end of the projects.