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As the world prepares for a fortnight of discussion, debate and policy negotiations at COP26 in Glasgow next month, one fact is beyond dispute: The preservation and restoration of natural ecosystems is essential in order to achieve Net Zero.
Sylvera is working hard to dramatically improve the understanding of the quantity of carbon stored in the world's forests. Now back in the UK, our research team is test driving ground-breaking ways to collect data before heading to South America for the next leg of the programme.
This week we expanded our ratings portfolio to include REDD+ drylands projects. It’s a big step towards our goal to provide insight on all of the world’s nature-based offsetting projects, but analysing these unique environments presented us with some equally unique challenges.
Since arriving in the tropical forests of Gabon for the Sylvera-led research mission with UCLA, NASA Jet Propulsion Lab and University College London, our field team has really been getting to know their new environment - in minute detail. And they’ve got some clever tech to help them do it.
We’ve partnered with UCLA, NASA-JPL and UCL on a Sylvera-led research mission designed to dramatically improve the assessment of carbon stored in forests in different biomes around the world. Our field research team explains why...
When we started Sylvera and first went to talk to investors, we wrote a brief note. At its core, we set out a simple idea. While the world’s carbon in natural systems was not effectively valued, it would continue to be destroyed. Without effective measures of value, the Market, potentially the world’s most powerful tool against climate change, is actually counterproductive.