Biodiverse Carbon Conservation

Western Australia

Farmland Rehabilitation
Drought Impact Reduction

Project overview

Located in in south-western Australia, this reforestation project is an initiative aimed at planting 3.8 million native trees on 2500 hectares of former farmland. The farmland was purchased and regenerated by Greening Australia and Bush Heritage Australia, two organisations dedicated to environmental conservation and restoration.

The main objective of the project is to remove carbon from the atmosphere, mitigate the impacts of climate change and reduce drought impacts on the area. It also aims to regenerate local biodiversity by establishing a habitat for a variety of native species, including emus, echidnas, and wallabies. In addition to its environmental benefits, the replanting areas also improves a vital wildlife link between two national parks, helping to connect these protected areas and promote the movement and dispersal of native species.



59,000Tons of CO2 avoided
2,500Hectares of land
2017-2117Project life

Sustainability Goals

With Clima, your money goes towards supporting projects that are in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Below are the goals recognised by the Biodiverse Carbon Conservation Project.


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