Reforesting 1,000,000 Hectares in West Africa
Decarbonizing Africa through Nature-Based Solutions and Advanced Technology
Improving the lives of the people of West Africa by developing nature-based decarbonization strategies while improving, preserving and optimizing sustainable ecosystems and biodiversity.
Capitalize on the financial flows from the voluntary carbon market for sustainable change.
Develop bamboo value-added industries to improve livelihoods of beneficiary communities.
Support a balance between conservation goals and local needs and demands for resources.
Improve opportunities for livelihoods, food security and overall well-being.
ADC Nature-Based Projects
Decarbonization is the way of the future.
Decarbonizing Africa through Nature-based decarbonization solutions.
About Afri Decarbonization Corporation
In collaboration with local indigenous communities, traditional and local municipal leaders, the success of these projects depends on the expertise and cooperative efforts of a consortium of individuals and organizations.
ADC has assembled teams of local experts and advisors in agroforestry, wildlife, community education, infrastructure design and development. The goal is to reforest 250,000 hectares over the next 5 years in both Ghana and Nigeria with bamboo and other native tree species.
Dr. David Obura, a scientist and biodiversity expert, recently stated that to address the crisis in global biodiversity loss we must first understand the “root causes and the entire scope of human-nature interactions.” ADC takes a holistic approach to its nature-based projects by engaging the indigenous communities to address land degradation, local economic challenges, energy, food security, and sustainable community development.
Afri Decarbonization Company, Inc (ADC) is proud to develop targeted projects that benefit both the environment, with a nature-based solution to sequester and store carbon, as well the community with long-term, community-focused support for local solutions in food security, education, and economic empowerment.