From mitigation to net positive impact
Rich Forests helps companies to bring down their negative environmental impact. This can be done by developing smart production methods that are less harmful to biodiversity, or by means of rehabilitation projects that compensate for earlier damage done to the environment. This is called mitigation.
But we do more. In addition to mitigation, we wish to make a positive contribution to biodiversity – a net positive impact. Analog forestry is the method of choice to achieve this, as it takes degraded land as its starting point. Analog forestry has a net positive impact on many environmental indicators, including biodiversity, water quality and CO2 storage. More about analog forestry.