Ayala Land devotes 450 hectares for “carbon forests”. Estimated to store/absorb 68,000 metric tons of CO2.

Carbon forest sites:
Alaminos, Laguna (133 hectares)
Sicogon, Iloilo (148 hectares)
Lio, Palawan (50 hectares)
Kan-Irag, Cebu (63 hectares)
Talomo, Davao City (54 hectares)

-ALI working together with NGO and using cost-effective technique ANR (assisted natural regeneration)

-By 2022, ALI goal to offset estimated 490,000 metric tons of CO2, the estimated carbon footprint of fuel used in in its operations.

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