Forest Link

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1400 cây

Donated trees
Equivalent to greening
75.6 apartments

1120 m²

Area will be covered
Create economy and jobs for
5.6 people

3.5 tấn

CO² absorbed
Eliminate exhaust gas from
145.6 cars

3.808 kg

Fine dust absorbed
Provide clean air for
4760 apartments

Report created by BlockTree

Why does

Forest Link

invest in climate change solutions?

Forest Link tiên phong áp dụng loại hình Du lịch tái tạo, hình thái du lịch tiến hóa từ Du lịch bền vững, làm cho điểm đến trở nên tốt đẹp hơn sau mỗi chuyến đi. Là một doanh nghiệp xã hội, Forest Link cam kết tái đầu tư 51% lợi nhuận để trồng vườn rừng sinh thái khắp Việt Nam để hỗ trợ người dân địa phương cải tạo đất, triển khai nông nghiệp hữu cơ, khôi phục hệ sinh thái. Khi sử dụng các dịch vụ của chúng tôi, bạn cũng tham gia vào công việc trồng rừng và phủ xanh Đất Mẹ.

Today, the world has suffered the effects of biodiversity loss and climate change. Through reforestation, IAG Academy aspires to make changes that have a meaningful impact on the environment. Afforestation will contribute to biodiversity and help provide habitat for endangered species, create jobs and support local economic development.

Forest Link is just a fork in the road but we do believe that our partnership with BlockTree in the very first stages of the project will bring disruptive solutions and positive impact at a large scale.

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Frequently asked questions

BlockTree works with planting organizations/individuals to verify their programs. The initial launching project of the platform happened with a local family in Nui Thanh District, Quang Nam Province with sponsorship from Catalyst.

BlockTree platform was built to be easily used by any planting organization looking to develop, operate, and scale their reforestation projects anywhere. In parallel, the Sponsors can supervise the progress with transparency and receive e-certification as NFT issued by BlockTree.

Approximately 10% of the funding for tree planting goes to protecting the forest for the initial 3-5 years. This is the most vulnerable period in tree life. BlockTree also establishes buffer pools to cover any potential abnormal losses.

But BlockTree does not simply allocate funds. They work closely with the local communities/families in charge to showcase the great value of newly planted forests. Through education and by involving them in the monitoring and reporting process, they quickly develop a deep sense of ownership and pride over the trees, leading to effective management in the long run, keeping forests not just alive, but keeping them thriving.

Carbon accounting is highly challenging and accounting for carbon sinks is still an evolving practice till now.

Our current estimates are based on the estimation calculation from The data is estimated with the same species & climate conditions. The following variables are taken into consideration when we estimate carbon sequestration rate: i) species planted (including maturity age of the tree species), ii) forest type, iii) region and iv) average tree survivability.

When primary data are not available, as a general rule of thumb, BlockTree uses a conservative set of secondary data, proxy data, or assumptions to ensure that we are not overestimating the carbon sequestration rate resulting from our projects. Moreover, we use data collected at the site-level to validate or adjust our estimations and we will continue to improve our estimation method by building partnerships with academics in this space.

Source: Jones, Trevor G., Harifidy Rakoto Ratsimba, Lalao Ravaoarinorotsihoarana, Garth Cripps, and Adia Bey. “Ecological variability and carbon stock estimates of mangrove ecosystems in northwestern Madagascar.” Forests 5, no. 1 (2014): 177-205. Benson, Lisa, et al. Mangrove Carbon Stocks and Ecosystem Cover Dynamics in Southwest Madagascar and the Implications for Local Management, Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 31 May 2017,