Tasmania is world-renowned as a spectacular wild place with species found nowhere else, including the Tasmanian Wedge-Tailed Eagle, the Eastern Quoll, the Ptunarra Brown Butterfly and the iconic Tasmanian devil. This project has protected pockets of native forests in Tasmania’s Central Highlands since 2009. By stopping logging and land degradation, the project prevents stored carbon from being released. A vibrant forest creates economic opportunities for ecotourism and improves water quality.
|71,500 tCO2e avoided and sequestered on average each year|
|30,000 hectares of native forests protected|
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