Biodiversity Asset Portfolio

Our biodiversity, conservation, and natural capital assets are developed by small and medium enterprises (SMEs), and non-government organisations (NGOs).

Carbon Assets

Agro Forestry


This is an important biodiversity asset class which increases production, safeguarding food security, protects soil and water resources, conserves energy and wildlife as well as mitigating climate change. Learn more about our clients.



This biodiversity asset class is critical in restoring and preserving endangered species and wildlife habitat. It also acts as a natural carbon sink, reducing carbon emissions. This results in less pollution and global warming.

Coastal Asset Clients

Coastal capital assets such as mangroves and, coral reefs play an important role in protecting and preserving the coast, as well as reducing carbon.

Conservation & Food Security Assets

This biodiversity asset is critical for reducing food insecurity. It is also critical in promoting and adopting mitigation farming pracises that avoid harmful practices such as pesticides.

Sustainable Agriculture Clients

This biodiversity asset improves agricultural production, reducing soil erosion. It is also a useful resource for protecting water quality and improving aquatic environments along streams and river banks. Improving drinking water and the health of local communities.



This biodiversity asset is based on the restoration of degraded wetlands with a particular focus on the provisioning, regulating, cultural and supporting services of wetlands.

Restoration Clients

Other Assets

Renewable Energy Clients

This biodiversity asset class involves innovative renewable energy projects using sunlight, wind, rain, tides and biomass and geothermal heat.

Rehabilitation Clients

The rehabilitation of endangered species and endangered habitat is vital to restoring healthy ecosystem services.



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