Diversification and restoration of the Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor, situated in the southwest of Australia, is having a positive impact on the local community as well as animal species that live there. The region is one of the most important biodiversity hotspots in the world being home to some of the most endangered species on the continent.
Carbon Neutral is planning and executing one of Australia’s largest biodiverse reforestation carbon sinks stretching from the west coast of the continent to Charles Darwin Natural Reserve. In the project, the degraded habitat is been reforested with various native species each year. During the course of the project, Carbon Neutral covered over 12,000 ha with over 29.5 million native species, such as trees and shrubs.
In addition, the project launched a beekeeping enterprise that created additional jobs and contributed to strengthening different processes in the ecosystem.
The Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor project works to recognize the importance of native communities, their inclusion, and reconciliation.
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