Great Bear Rainforest

Located in the North and Central-Mid Coast & Haida Gwaii, B.C., Canada, the Great Bear Rainforest is the largest remaining intact coastal temperate rainforest in the world. Coastal First Nations have created a conservation economy, and through offsets, they’re able to preserve ecologically and culturally rich landscapes and create jobs in the project area. This project is the first in North America on First Nations territory with unextinguished land rights and title.

Project Type

Improved Forest Management


British Columbia, Canada

UN Sustainability Goals

How does this reduce emissions?

This project protects forests that were previously available for logging. This reduces emissions caused by harvesting, road building, and other forestry operations. This project generates up to 1,000,000 tCO2e in credits per year over its 25-year lifespan.

Impact by the numbers.

1 million

Tonnes of CO2e sequestered annually.

14 million

acres protected

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