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City of Dornbirn

The project area extends from river-side forest belts along the Dornbirner Ache at 410 m above sea level to spruce forests with mixed fir and beech at 1,650 m above sea level.

Projekt Infos

Projekt Fläche

1.277 ha


Dornbirn, Österreich 🇦🇹

Projekt Start Datum

Januar 2022

Projekt Zeitraum

30 Jahre

Projekt Typ

Improved Forest Management - Removal + Conservation

Projekt Entwickler

Tree.ly, Dornbirn


SILVACONSULT® Forest Carbon Standard, ISO 14064-2



3.925 tCO₂/Jahr

Anteil Risikopuffer

10 %

Credits verfügbar



TÜV Certificate

60 € /tCO₂

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Preis inklusive Steuern: 72,00 €


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Forest in the city of Dornbirn with sun in the background



Gain an insight into the most important milestones of this project.


Credits available

Successful verification

The city of Dornbirn climate protection project was successfully verified using the ISO-certified SILVACONSULT Carbon Standard® method. The credits from the verified carbon emission in 2022 are now available for sale. The first profits are to be used for more careful timber harvesting and reforestation with mixed tree species.



Forest audit in the City of Dornbirn forest

In spring 2023, the project was assessed by TÜV Austria as part of a one-day audit. The sustainable possibilities of the city of Dornbirn forest were discussed between the forester, TÜV Austria and Tree.ly on the sites.


Feasibility study completed

The project options for the Dornbirn municipal forest were determined as part of a feasibility study. The city of Dornbirn opted for a combined climate protection project. During the project term of 30 years, a carbon conservation project and a carbon removal project project will be carried out.


Meaningful actions with your money

The additional resources will ensure that the right measures can be taken for the forest to help it achieve climate stability.

Forest Restructuring

Monoculture stands are being converted into climate-resilient mixed forests.



Reforestation of former damaged areas is undertaken.



Measures such as browsing protection, regeneration promoting measures, etc.



Biodiversity enhancement, deadwood, water protection.


Protection Forests

Supporting the forest's protective function against avalanches, landslides, etc.



More expensive timber harvesting due to difficult accessibility, support by costly technology like cable cranes, etc. is made possible. In the forest of city Dornbirn harvesting can be carried out on small areas in a nature-friendly way and does not disturb larger areas.


Forest Infrastructure

Accessibility is improved through forest infrastructure.

Quote from city of Dornbirn

"The additional income will be invested in the sustainable increase of forest stock with a near-natural mix of tree species."

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City of Dornbirn
Project Partner


Insight into the challenges

In order to counteract the daily challenges in the forest and create a solution to multiple problems in this forest, investments are used for the following problems.
Damaged Wood

Insects, fungi or other pests can infest entire forest areas and weaken or kill trees. Dead trees lose their ability to store carbon, contributing to the release of carbon dioxide back into the atmosphere. During the years 2020-2022, the amount of damaged timber amounted to 800 efm. Almost half of this is due to ash dieback, the rest to the bark beetle.

Difficult Access Situation

Forest access in Dornbirn is difficult due to the topographical conditions. Timber harvesting requires expensive technolog, 90 percent of the harvest has to be carried out with cable cranes.

Climate Change

Climate changes such as altered precipitation patterns, higher temperatures, and extreme weather events affect the health and growth of forests. They become more susceptible to disease and their ability to store CO₂ is impaired.

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How this projects supports the SDG’s

We're committed to supporting the UN Sustainable Development Goals in all our forest carbon projects, directly and indirectly, because they are important to us, the people we serve and provide a great framework to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.
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SDG 11

Sustainable Cities and Communities

This municipal forestry organisation works hard to secure the protective, welfare, recreational and habitat functions of their forests, in recognition of their key role in protecting the city and its environmental wellbeing.
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SDG 12

Responsible Consumption and Production

The forest organisation’s running costs are covered by operating income; for seasonal utilisation equipment and personnel, external contracts are also taken on from smaller forest owners.
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SDG 13

Climate Action

The climate protection project and the commitment not to fall below a certain stock level within the next 30 years will help to preserve the carbon sink in the forest. In addition, the city of Dornbirn will build up stocks and thus increase the sink capacity of the forest.

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SDG 15

Life on Land

By keeping most of the surface area of the municipality of Dornbirn covered in trees, this ensures the health of the forests for many generations to come, while protecting the city from urban sprawl.

ISO 14064-2:2019 Based Methodology

Our projects use the "SILVACONSULT® Forest Carbon Standard" methodology according to ISO 14064-2:2019, which ensures that companies follow transparent and consistent methods to measure and report their emissions.


Externally Certified Projects

In cooperation with our partner, we organize the validation of our projects by an external certifier such as TÜV Austria. We then coordinate the annual monitoring by the certifier as well as the marketing and distribution of the verified climate protection services (VER).

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