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Fuzhou Hongmiaoling Landfill Gas to Electricity Project

This project supports collection of landfill gas and generation of 2.5MW of electricity at a landfill in Fuzhou City in Fujian Province in southeastern China. The landfill received waste from 1995 until 2008, and—like most landfills—throws off methane as some of that waste decomposes. Credits are generated from two pieces of the project: (1) avoiding the emissions of methane (a potent greenhouse gas) into the atmosphere and (2) using the power generated from the methane (natural gas) to displace dirtier coal-fired power coming from the electric grid. The project clearly required carbon revenues to achieve these two goals and therefore generates high-quality carbon offsets.

Katingan Mentaya Project

The Katingan Mentaya Project protects and restores 149,800 hectares of peatland ecosystems in Indonesia. The surrounding land was drained and converted to palm and other plantations, and the project prevents the protected area from the same fate. The project supports a vitally important and dense carbon sink. While peatlands represent only 0.3% of the earth’s surface, their destruction contributes between 2-5% of annual anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions. ‍Katingan is one of the highest-regarded, large-scale avoided deforestation projects in the world. Carbon project ratings agencies Sylvera and BeZero both rate the project as high-impact and low risk. Calyx Global and Renoster both give it a medium risk score, reflecting some risk of fire and overcrediting–both typical of conservation projects. Despite those risks, supporting the preservation of existing natural carbon sinks is a critical piece of a diversified carbon offset strategy, and we believe the Katingan Project to be among the best projects driving real impact. That is why Calyx Global notes that Katingan is “among our highest rated REDD / Avoided Deforestation projects.”

Kootznoowoo Native Community Forestry Project

The Kootznoowoo Project protects 20,159 acres across four areas of forest on the Dolomi and Dora Bay tracts of Prince of Wales Island, Alaska. 8,000 acres of the project include rare, old-growth forest. The project is owned by the native Haida and Tlingit people and managed in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service. The carbon revenue supports the native population of about 500 living in the village of Andoon through job and scholarship opportunities. There is good evidence, based on both past practice in the project areas and current practice in surrounding areas, that the project area would be at significant risk of logging absent the project as a means to support the livelihoods of the native project owners. The project is an improved forestry management project, with carbon credits allocated by formula to avoided emissions from logging and to carbon removals from additional tree growth. The credits retired through CNaught represent carbon removal.

Frontier Carbon Removal Portfolio

As the leader in the carbon-removal space, Frontier offers access to a broad portfolio of the most innovative permanent carbon removal technologies with potential to scale rapidly. To avoid the worst effects of climate change, we will need to permanently remove gigatons of carbon dioxide already in the atmosphere and ocean. Frontier technologies are highly vetted against target criteria, including the ability to store removed carbon for more than a thousand years and the potential to be low-cost and high-volume in the future, in line with 2050 climate goals. Frontier sources a diverse and globally distributed portfolio of the most promising carbon removal technologies, vetted by industry experts and Frontier’s team of scientists. Frontier has already supported a broad array of companies deploying a range of technologies, including Charm Industrial (biomass carbon removal and storage), RepAir (direct air capture), Captura (sea water carbon removal), and Inplanet (enhanced mineral weathering). Frontier founders include leaders in the fight against climate change, like Alphabet, McKinsey, Meta, Shopify, and Stripe.

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