With this in mind, nature-based carbon capture is a new and exciting revenue stream – one that comes with a raft of additional ‘returns’ for nature, including increased biodiversity, improved water quality and natural flood management.
We specialise in unlocking carbon credits through peatland restoration, a process that reverses the harmful environmental effects of degraded peatland and contributes meaningfully to climate repair.
Peatlands are a globally important carbon store, holding around one third of the world’s carbon, despite only covering about 3% of the total land area. When in a natural, pristine condition, waterlogged peatlands continuously sequester carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. They also provide an important habitat for a variety of protected species, such as the mountain hare. Good peatland management is therefore essential in the fight against both climate change and biodiversity loss.