Sustainable investments in forest afforestation, cocoa forest, organic farming and technical innovation for the production of biocarbon create real value and have a demonstrably positive impact on society, the environment and the climate. The returns are generated from renewable, sought-after raw materials and not from speculation on stock exchanges or virtual profits on financial markets.
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We are currently working on new investment offers for you. We will be happy to inform you about them soon.
Biochar is the material of the future: whether as a compostable plastic substitute, ecological energy source or valuable soil improver Terra Preta. Using waste from forestry and agriculture ClimateCarbon Eberswalde GmbH & Co. KG produces biochar in a climate-friendly way in Germany.
The demand was so high that we were able to close our investment in the company ahead of schedule. Thanks to the many "limited partners", the carbonisation plant in Eberswalde can produce around 4,800 tonnes of biochar per year and sell it along with the by-product electricity.
Coming soon: Would you also like to be part of innovative climate protection projects in the future?
Follow-up projects and participation offers are being planned for you! Find out more at ClimateCarbon.de!
More than 25,000 people trust in ForestFinance: combining know-how in the field of sustainable investments with almost 30 years of experience in ecological and social forestry and agroforestry.
The media also report on our projects and our commitment. For example, Wirtschaftswoche writes about our first organic farming project in Morocco, Oasis 1: "Risky, but profitable - Five percent return with date and olive trees".
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In this report, © Deutsche Welle shows how sustainability and business go hand in hand at ForestFinance using the example of our cocoa forests and investments in Panama. The report was published in 2017 within the scope of the ICCO World Cocoa Conference.
Title: Panama Kakaofarm / Can sustainability work as a business model?, Year: 2017
Copyright: Oliver Ristau Camera work / Editing: Andreas Betten