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Bonos Laguna Síjil Noh-Há

Community-focused, indigenous-led, Improved Forest Management (IFM) carbon credits.

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About the project.

This project conserves and protects 24,780 hectares of forest within Síjil Noh-Há, Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico using Improved Forest Management (IFM) practices facilitated by the local Ejido Felipe Carrillo Puerto.

The result is high-quality North American IFM credits that secure a long-term future for the planet and an ongoing social and economic benefit to local communities through diversified approaches to land stewardship.

REGISTRY Climate Action Registry #1865
LOCATION Yucatán Peninsula
Type IFM Removal
Credit Vintage 2021-2052
Site photo from the Mexico IFM Laguna Síjil Noh-Há Carbon Project
Removal-focused Climate Reserve Tonnes.
Protects 5 endangered and protected species.
Social & economic support for Ejido Felipe Carrillo Puerto.

UN SDG highlights.

We Support Nature Conservation

This project conserves over 24,780 hectares of forest over a minimum commitment time of 100 years.

We Support Biodiversity

This project protects and fosters biodiversity of dozens of flora and fauna including 5 endangered and protected species.

We Support Community

This project goes beyond carbon, providing numerous economic & social benefits to local communities including the Ejido Felipe Carrillo Puerto.

Site photo from the Mexico IFM Laguna Síjil Noh-Há Carbon Project

About the land.

The Bonos Laguna Síjil Noh-Há project site spans 24,780 hectares in the southeast of Mexico the state of Quintana Roo within the Region known as the Mayab that includes the Yucatán Peninsula.

A popular ecotourism location, the importance of this region lies in the role of connecting the largest protected natural areas of the Yucatán Peninsula.

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About our partner.

A UN Global Compact Signatory, The Earth Lab is a leading sustainability and carbon-reduction project development company committed to creating measurable, high-quality projects with a landscape vision, specializing in rural and indigenous communities, to learn from and empower their ancestral wisdom to positively impact our common home. 

“Our partnership with Invert mirrors the growing industry sentiment and preference for high-quality carbon projects that protect nature while supporting the local community.– Jorge Calderon, CEO at The Earth Lab.

Carbon Project Mexico IFM Laguna Síjil Noh-Há | The Earth Lab
Site photo from the Mexico IFM Laguna Síjil Noh-Há Carbon Project

About the Ejido Felipe Carrillo Puerto.

Ejido Felipe Carrillo Puerto is made up of 288 registered Ejidatarios (PHINA, 2022). Through the Bonos Laguna Síjil Noh-Há carbon project, the Ejido wishes to continue with the sustainable management of its natural resources, confront climate change and preserve the jungle that welcomed them so that their heirs can continue carrying out their work.

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To access the latest project documentation visit the listing for project 1865 on the Climate Action Reserve Registry.

This project employs the Mexico Forest Protocol Version 3.0. The Mexico Forest Protocol provides standardized guidance for carbon enhancement projects and addresses eligibility, baseline, inventory, permanence, social and environmental safeguards, and measurement, reporting and verification (MRV) requirements.

The projects will be registered with the Climate Action Reserve (CAR), a registry program with a successful track record of implementing its Forest Protocol in Mexico along with regional representation and strong community relationships. CAR offers a robust protocol focused on baselines, inventory, permanence, and has key social and environmental safeguards coupled with active measurement, reporting, and verification (MRV) requirements. The nature-based projects will issue removal-focused Climate Reserve Tonnes, the unit of offset credits used by CAR.

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