Montrose Environmental was contracted by Natural Habitats to conduct a High Carbon Stock (HCS) assessment as part of the Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) certification in Sierra Leone. The HCS will assist Natural Habitats to understand the carbon stock present in the concession, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, to work with communities in protecting and conserving viable remnant natural forest patches in the concession, and to fulfil the ‘no deforestation’ requirement as a part of the company’s commitment to sustainable palm oil production.
Natural Habitats is registered in Sierra Leone, and is part of Natural Habitats Group. The Group has a longstanding track record of producing organic agro-products in South America and are fully committed to the sustainable production of organic and fairly-traded products.
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