Explore the forests of Namibia

Namibian forests are home to a rich biodiversity and are fundamental for both grazing species and livelihoods of local communities, but are under threat from bush encroachment and desertification. Explore Namibian forest projects with verified ecosystem services below and consider incorporating them into your climate strategy today.

Central and North Namibia: Protecting the savanna’s biodiversity

The savannas of Central and Northern Namibia host a wide range of emblematic and important species, as well as communities that live and depend on them. CMO, the forest steward leading this work, is committed to restoring these forests by preventing bush encroachment and invasive species from degrading the ecosystems.

Main achievements of this project:

  1. 72,230 hectares of savannas intervened
  2. 1,408,643 hectares of certified forests to be restored
  3. Prevention of further desertification in the regions

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