ICROA is pleased to welcome Wildlife Works as a new ICROA Accredited Organisation as of March 2022.
With over twenty years of experience in the market, Wildlife Works has established itself as the world’s leading REDD+ programme development and management company that applies innovative market-based solutions to community-centered biodiversity conservation.
Following the successful completion of an independent Audit to assure compliance with the ICROA Code of Best Practice, Wildlife Works is joining a community of nineteen ICROA Accredited organisations demonstrating the highest quality and integrity in the voluntary carbon market. “Wildlife Works has earned its good name by providing a reliable service for REDD+ Carbon Credits that help protect forests and wildlife in partnership with local communities. We look forward to working with Wildlife Works in a joint effort to further promote and advance best practices in the Voluntary Carbon Market” said Andrea Abrahams, Managing Director of ICROA.
"As an organization that’s been dedicated to community-centered conversation for 25 years, Wildlife Works is thrilled to join ICROA and support their mission of upholding high quality carbon credits in this fast-paced market” said Mike Korchinsky, Founder and CEO.
About Wildlife Works
Wildlife Works is community-centered wildlife conservation company that implements market-based initiatives to protect the planet’s threatened wilderness and endangered wildlife. The company was founded on the premise that if we want wildlife in our world, it has to work for local communities who share their environment. Wildlife Works’ conservation projects drive direct financing to forest communities to fund transformative economic development while reducing millions of tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions annually through the REDD+ marketplace. More information: https://www.wildlifeworks.com/
About ICROA Accreditation Programme
The ICROA Accreditation Programme defines and promotes best practice in the financing of high-quality emissions reductions and use of carbon credits as an effective carbon management tool. The Programme is open to all organisations who provide a carbon offsetting service. Participation requires membership to both IETA and an ongoing annual independent audit to assure compliance to the ICROA Code of Best Practice. ICROA Accredited organisations may use the ICROA Accreditation Label.
The ICROA Accreditation Label
The ICROA Accreditation Label represents adherence to ICROA’s Code of Best Practice and therefore, the highest environmental integrity and quality in the VCM. The Label certifies that the company is compliant with the ICROA Code through an annual cycle of third-party audits.