Natural Pact has developed a methodology of regenerative agroforestry that optimizes decarbonization of companies, regeneration of biodiversity, conservation of natural ecosystems, family agroforestry, ecological agriculture with medicinal virtues of the feeder forest, territorial anchoring and community well-being.
Our organization is committed to an integral ecological balance in the Green Valleys where forests act as gigantic carbon sinks while optimizing the diversity of ecosystems.
Thanks to its shared and capitalized experiences within the Regenerative Development Hub of Costa Rica, Natural Pact involves local populations at every stage of the project.
In partnership with these communities, Natural Pact's multidisciplinary team, composed of a dozen people (agronomists, foresters, landscape engineers, ecologists, economists, financial experts, social leaders, communication and community management project managers, etc.), develops programmes to regenerate forest ecosystems in areas that are degraded or threatened by human activities.
Connection/extension of biosphere reserves and/or biological corridors by immobilizing land for life.
Participation in national and international awareness campaigns on biodiversity conservation and agroforestry
Project financing with the new TreeDiversity Token cryptocurrency dedicated to forest regeneration and conservation programmes
Protection of water and its sources.
Certification of reforested and conserved areas according to ISO14064-2.
Training of forest engineers and professionals in modern conservation and regeneration techniques
Research and development on forest management and 3.0 conservation techniques (diagnosis, biocontrol, geolocation, databasing...) and agro-forestry dynamics at the service of living organisms
OUR MAIN ACTIVITIES
Natural Pact is modern and pioneer, both in the definition of its objectives and in its integrative approach to cutting-edge technologies.
Green finance and blockchain technology
Contemporary carbon markets do not sufficiently value biodiversity.
To finance reforestation and conservation programmes to optimise the absorption of CO₂e but also the protection and regeneration of biodiversity, Natural Pact, in partnership with Nature Economy & Conservation, has created the "Treediversity" token
Drones and artificial intelligence for ecosystem regeneration
The technology used is used to map the forest ecosystem of a selected area and to optimize the implementation of biodiversity regeneration programs as closely as possible to its natural state.
We can also create a customized offset unit to calculate the volume of CO₂e and the compensation of your emissions for each product or service provided by your organization (companies, institutions, individuals…).
Examples of compensation for
different types of activities
NUMBER OF TREES NEEDED TO OFFSET
Holistic Bio-Regeneration Methodology
Co-creative and community-based workshops to design the project
Development of a common vision
Adoption of the Natural Pact charter by all stakeholders
3D mapping (incl. drones)
Forestry diagnosis (incl. native species, soil and water analysis)
Zoning and diagnostic
Master plan and recommendations:
Agroforestry / biodiversity
Carbo-neutrality (CO2 emissions mitigation plan)
Definition of M&E indicators
Eco-Work – Agroforestry 3.0
Construction of native nurseries
Location of trees (stakes)
Digitisation of information
Reforestation programs in collaboration with local communities, schools and stakeholders
Field and digital monitoring
ISO 14064-2 certification process
Implementation of the action plan
THE TREE, OUR MAIN ALLY
Virgin forests, rare ecosystems that have never known human intervention, are now on the verge of extinction. 31% of the earth's surface, or nearly 4 billion hectares of forest, contains more than 2/3 of the world's terrestrial living species. Tropical forests, which constitute only 6% of the world's land, contain more than 50% of the world's biodiversity.
Only 1% of the 16,000 tree species in the Amazon forest capture 50% of the CO₂e (Rainfor study). In other words, of these 16,000 tree species listed, nearly 200 trees "breathe" more deeply and thus absorb more than CO₂e.
Every year, 15 million hectares of primary tropical forests, the size of England, are deforested. As a result of this destruction, a secondary forest grows back but with 5 times less plant species.
The tree, a social being in its own, is a key element of life on earth: air, soil, energy, climate and water. Through its habitat and food, the tree is also a vital aid for pollinators (bees and other insects, bats, etc.) who ensure biodiversity, biocontrol and agricultural yield.