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Helping landowners earn extra income through carbon credits

We work with a diverse set of landowners, ranging from state forestry agencies, institutional investors to private individuals.

Landowners who started their afforestation activities received their first carbon income in 2022.


Our project is certified under the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) program, world’s largest voluntary carbon crediting standard.

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All project writing, verification, and registration costs are covered by us. Earn carbon income at the lowest cost.

Free Cancellation

You can exit the Project anytime without notice period.

How our process works

Ecobase takes care of all carbon-related activities.

Email your planting details to us

A shape file or cadaster number of the planting area is all we need

Please send us details of your planting area at

We will promptly inform you of your land's eligibility

The process typically takes 48-72 hours

We will provide you with an eligibility report, showcasing a detailed overview of the carbon income potential of your land.

Sign up to the Project on our website

You will receive regular portfolio overview every quarter

We will bring out the status of your lands and carbon credit purchase offers.

Verification by Verra

Audit of actual captured carbon done by Verra auditors through site visits

Credits are issued to your Ecobase account based on the verification results.

Sale of Credits

Ecobase will provide you offers to sell your credits

You can sell at any moment or use the credits for your own climate goals.

See what our clients have to say

Foreko OÜ       
"As a young and fast-growing Estonian startup, they bring a fresh perspective and energy to the field of forestry and carbon credits. Their understanding of the industry is evident in their approach to projects, and they have a clear passion for positively impacting the environment. Their team is highly experienced and knowledgeable, and they are always willing to collaborate closely to ensure the best possible outcomes.“ - Foreko
Euromediena UAB 
"I have had the pleasure of working with the Ecobase team on an afforestation project and I couldn't be happier with their service. The team was fast and responsive, and all we had to do was send them a shape file of our planting area. They handled the analysis with ease and expertise. I highly recommend this company to anyone looking to generate carbon credits through afforestation activities. The team is not only knowledgeable, but they also have fantastic client service."

Frequently asked questions

What are carbon credits?

Carbon credits are a means of offsetting the emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) by funding or investing in carbon-reducing projects. One carbon credit represents the reduction or removal of one metric ton of CO2 from the atmosphere. In other words, one carbon credit is proof that one tone of CO2 has been captured from the air.

How are carbon credits calculated?

Carbon sequestration involves a comprehensive evaluation of various factors that contribute to the capture and storage of carbon dioxide. The most significant factors include: (a) the growth of biological entities such as plants and trees, (b) the carbon stored in wood products from biomass grown on the land, (c) emissions from the preparation and planting processes, including clearing of shrubs, and (d) the avoidance of emissions through actions such as not mowing pastureland in areas designated for afforestation.

Who buys the carbon credits?

While anyone can purchase carbon credits, our buyers are primarily large international and local companies.

Can I manage my land as I want?


Can the land in the project be sold?

Yes, it is beneficial to transfer the carbon credit contract to the new landowner. If the new landowner chooses not to participate in the project, it is equivalent to abandoning the project.

What can be planted?

Any native species and domesticated species.

Why is the certification important?

Large carbon buyers are typically only able to purchase certified carbon credits as these are the only ones that can be used to offset their carbon footprint. For landowners, this means that carbon credits from certified projects will be sold at higher prices to a stable client base.

Does Ecobase conduct stakeholder consultations?

Yes, you can find the latest recording here.

How can I submit grievances or any other complaints?

Please use this link.

Have more questions?

Just reach out, we’re always around to answer any questions.

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