Torskekaj 1 B

6700, Esbjerg




 71-75 Shelton St, London WC2H 9JQ, United Kingdom


International auditors and certification



BDO audit and certify all ccp standard registry operations, methodologies and carbon unit issuance. 

Copenhagen Carbon Project Standard (aps) CVR-NR 41131586.

Copenhagen Carbon Project Standard (U.K) Liminted CN 12439924

2019    GDPR Compliant

Project Developer


Type:  Forest Regeneration/Conservation

Base:  California, USA



  • 1.1 billion newly planted trees within 12 months;

  • One billion trees to be planted 2020;

  • 25-40 native species;

  • Hand and aerial seeding.

"We have reached a point scientifically where we have a very strong empirical base to say that the sustainable stewardship of ecosystems, is an absolute prerequisite for human well-being and survival,  and therefore also for prosperity - both in terms of economic growth and in terms of social stability."


GTX-US values an outlook that goes beyond project implementation, focusing equally on holistic outcomes and impacts that transcend the initial conservation and planting action. 

This team has projects spanning over 4 million acres in 17 states in the U.S. as well as in Kenya, Canada, Australia, Mexico, and Pakistan. Below is a highlight of some of the projects that make us most proud.  


  • Wildfire restoration in Northern California, USA

  • Abandoned Mine Restoration & Phytoremediation in Pennsylvania, USA

  • Junkyard to Wildlife Sanctuary in Pennsylvania, USA

  • Mercury phytoremediation of the toxic working environments for gold miners in Kenya

  • Food Forests for schools in Narok County, Kenya

  • Plantation forests in Mexico and Australia 

  • National Park Regeneration in Australia 

  • Bushfire Restoration in Australia


GTX-US natural capital and ecosystem services allow for tremendous insight into natural and modified environmental systems such as this project and their outputs. Even more importantly, the mapping and analysis of ecosystem services data leads directly to practical applications, decision making, and real-world results in such crucial areas as clean water, food security, positive socio-economic impact, and resiliency for both humans and environments in the face of climate change. 


GTX-US projects include planting of a variety of native and naturalized tree species that complement the existing trees in developing an improved habitat, ecology and environment for flora and fauna to thrive. Species are selected on a per project basis specific to the needs of the region’s environment and community, and sourced locally to ensure the safety of the existing ecosystem. 


The aerial seed delivery method using drone technology allows for cost effective planting, programmed distribution of significant volumes, as well as ability to plant in areas that are not easily accessible. A single GTX-US drone team can plant over one million trees per day. This Certified Project Developer achieves accountability through their proprietary software which tracks information such as flight plans, seed distribution rate, GPS coordinates, and more. This Mission Verification Process  (MVP) allows for detailed planting records and is an accurate platform for ongoing monitoring of the project success for over 25 years.