Don't settle on your impact
All carbon credits represent the capture of one ton of CO2, but very few represent an impact beyond mitigating emissions. Your choice of credit determines the impact of your climate action. Offset through the Nicaforest project and foster impact that extends far beyond carbon capture.
High-impact reforestation project that mitigates more than emission
High-impact offsetting made simple
All carbon credits represent the same underlying impact on climate, which can make choosing the right credit a difficult task.
A s a high-impact reforestation project with over a decade of experience, we understand the value carbon capture can add to our community and environment. This is why we want to offer a high-impact carbon credit that fosters a positive impact on climate, community, and the environment.
We believe the impact of carbon credits should go beyond mitigating emissions.
How to achieve an impact beyond carbon
1. Choose your country
Begin by picking your country and find the average carbon footprint for an individual in your area
2. Pick an amount
Once you have your footprint baseline, you can pick the number of credits that match your impact ambitions.
3. Offset your emissions
Purchase credits and take your place amongst the growing community of sustainability heroes!
Gold standard certified carbon credits
Gold Standard for the Global Goals is a standard that sets requirements to design projects for maximum positive impact in climate and development - and to measure and report outcomes in the most credible and efficient way. Nicaforest is proud to hold Gold Standard certification and in being able to offer verified high-impact carbon mitigation to sustainability heroes around the world!
FSC™ certified reforestation project
FSC™ stands for 'Forest Stewardship Council™' and they are an international non-profit organization dedicated to promoting responsible forestry. FSC™ certified forests all over the world to ensure they meet the highest environmental and social standards. Our team works to meet and exceed those standards, leading by example in what we consider to be a fundamental part of sustainable forestry development.