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Halo Verde

In a nutshell

Halo Verde is a reforestation project in Timor-Leste, a small island country in Southeast Asia, which captures CO2 in the biomass of the tree and through improved soil conditions. The project is run by Fundação Carbon Offset Timor (FCOTI) and has been developed in collaboration with Charles Sturt University, GTNT Group and received funding from the Darwin Initiative. Since its start in 2011 more than 257’000 native trees have been planted. In addition, Halo Verde supports farmers with technical assistance and combines afforestation with agroforestry, land restoration, and sustainable agriculture practices, resulting in a truly holistic approach. 



Afforestation / Reforestation


In addition to reducing CO2 from the atmosphere, the project generates extra benefits for the communities and the environment.

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