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Carving Real Impacts

India’s first Carbon Registry, setting a benchmark for positive climate action

Our Standards

NCCF’s Sustainability Standards have a great potential to contribute towards achieving SDG goals, sustainable forest management,
our international commitments for climate action, biodiversity conservation, and land restoration, apart from meeting the requirements of certified material for the wood-based industries.

The CR-I Carbon Standard establishes rules and requirements for design, development, inclusion of projects…

The term ToF refers to “all trees growing outside recorded forest areas”. Forests and ToF occupy about 24% of…

The standards are India specific; and would involve key elements of existing models in India…

India is the tenth most forested country in the world. With 24.16% of country’s geographical area under Forest…

India is recognized as one of the mega biodiversity countries amongst the 17 globally identified countries…

The quality of planting material is determined by origin, the authenticity of variety and stock, vegetation…

Ecotourism means management of tourism and conservation of nature in a way to maintain a fine balance…

NCCF is developing a Certification Scheme for Biofuels, Bioliquids, Biogas, and Bioproducts made from…

The proposed scheme is for the value-addition to the composite-wood manufacturers and health benefits…

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We are really excited and eagerly looking forward for you to be part of this great initiative and contribute to climate change.