In line with our land management strategy we develop carbon sequestration programs and produce carbon credits to further our mission
WWC is establishing partnerships with key African governments to create avoided deforestation programs. These programs seek to eliminate deforestation and build upon lion and cheetah habitat to generate verified carbon units.
We strive to achieve Climate, Community and Biodiversity Gold Level Standard.
Mangrove and seagrass restoration and the farming of kelp play a key role in our carbon programs. This blue (marine) above ground biomass is significant as carbon storage as well as for the marine life it supports.
Mangroves and seagrasses are important nursery grounds for fish while kelp forests are among the most productive ecosystems in the world.
Site selection is currently underway to commence this program. All credits will be verified and will achieve the highest international standards.
The African Energy Crisis is a real and serious issue created as demand for energy outstrips supply. Many African nations lack access to reliable energy and experience frequent and ongoing blackouts.
Our team is currently working on a new and innovative program that generates carbon credits through the refurbishment of electricity grids in African villages.
Each year 100 million marine animals are killed because of our plastic waste. The Canadian permafrost is melting 7 decades ahead of the most dire scientific predictions. While 9 million people die from hunger or hunger related diseases each year.
WWC is pioneering a new technology that eliminates plastics from our environment, creates food, reduces green house gases and generates carbon credits.