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Kappa Private Foundation

The Kappa Private Foundation's forest is an important part of the Brixental Valley, with mainly protective forest areas.
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Projekt Infos

Projekt Fläche

1.907,2 ha

Standort

Hopfgarten im Brixental, Österreich 🇦🇹

Projekt Start Datum

Januar 2024

Projekt Zeitraum

30 Jahre


Projekt Typ

Improved Forest Management - Conservation

Projekt Entwickler

Tree.ly, Dornbirn

Verifizierungsstandard

SILVACONSULT® Forest Carbon Standard, ISO 14064-2

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Projektvolumen

3.916 tCO₂/Jahr

Anteil Risikopuffer

10 %

Credits verfügbar

Projektdokumente

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TÜV Certificate

60 € /tCO₂

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tCO₂

Preis inklusive Steuern: 72,00 €

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Evening atmosphere, Kelchsau Kitzbühel Alps

Beautiful evening atmosphere

Shady side, Kurzer Grund district

Shady side of the mountains

Alpine rose flora

Alpine rose flora

View out of the valley

View out of the valley

Spruce stand in pointed-crowned high altitudes

Spruce stand in pointed-crowned high altitudes

Alpine alpine rose mats and protection forest

Alpine alpine rose mats and protection forest

Protective forest area

Protective forest area

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Woodcock

lying deadwood

Lying deadwood

Carrying out the forest inventory

Carrying out the forest inventory

Forest climate protection project

A forest with special features

In the past, the area was intensively forested. Today, the forest consists of productive coniferous forests, mainly spruce and fir, which extend over an altitude of 850 to 1840 metres above sea level. More than half of the productive forest area is managed as protection forest, which emphasises the importance of sustainable forest management and the protection of natural resources.

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Maximilian Venhofen

Maximilian Venhofen
Consultant for CO₂ credits

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Intensive logging 1870 - 1889

The original state forest was also used for the local glass factory after the sale. Between 1882 and 1889, large-scale clear-cutting was carried out. 850 hectares of forest, from the valley floor to the protected areas, were cut down. It is thanks to previous generations of hard-working forestry labourers that the forest was reforested. This initiated the regeneration of the forest.

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Sustainable forestry for 125 years

The Darblay family owned the forest for 125 years and managed it according to the principles of sustainable forestry. Even during the challenging times of the two world wars, they were committed to environmental protection and responsible forestry and always adhered to their sustainable philosophy.

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Forest infrastructure for sustainable forestry

In the 1980s, forest roads were built by the company's own staff in order to carry out sustainable forest management on large areas. This infrastructure development enabled more efficient utilisation and accessibility of the forest areas.

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Meaningful actions with your money

The additional funding will ensure that the right measures are taken for the forest. This will strengthen the climate resilience of the forest.
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Forest Restructuring

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

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Reforestation

Reforestation of former damaged areas with near-natural tree species.

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Regeneration

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

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Conservation

Biodiversity enhancement, deadwood, water protection.

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Protection Forest

Supporting the protective function of the forest against avalanches, landslides, etc.

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Harvesting

More expensive timber harvesting due to difficult accessibility, support by expensive technology such as cable cranes, etc.

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Forest Infrastructure

Accessibility is improved by forest infrastructure.

Voices from the forest

"The proceeds from the CO₂ credits will enable us to expand our options for more effective forest management together with an environmentally conscious partner. With additional forestry-trained staff and the involvement of the new partner in forest projects, we should be able to successfully convert the stand into a "climate-friendly mountain forest"."

Gerhard Sallrigler

DI Gerhard Sallrigler
Leading forestry body, forester

Problems

Insight into the challenges

In order to counteract the daily challenges in the forest and create a solution for a variety of problems in the forest, the proceeds are used for the following problems.
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Steep slope areas

The steep terrain makes forest management difficult. The use of tipping mast cable equipment enables the cultivation of steep slopes on over 75% of forested areas. This specialised method ensures efficient and environmentally friendly use even in regions that are difficult to access.

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Forestry workflows

Forestry work processes are restricted by the snowy winter conditions, meaning that timber harvesting and other forestry activities can mainly take place in the period from May to November.

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Forest development

Efficient forest management is not possible without good access. A well-organised forest infrastructure is the basic framework for successful forest management. Due to the steep terrain, the forest infrastructure involves considerable expenditure.

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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

How this project supports the SDGs

We are committed to directly and indirectly supporting the UN Sustainable Development Goals in our climate protection projects. The SDGs are an excellent framework for activities that lead to a better and more sustainable future.
SDG 6

SDG 6

Clean water and sanitary facilities

The two streams in the Kelchsau district supply "green electricity" for the municipalities of Hopfgarten and Wörgl.
SDG 7

SDG 7

Affordable and clean energy

The high proportion of forest in the Kelchsau district provides a large supply of water all year round, ideal conditions for local energy utilisation and drinking water supply.
SDG 8

SDG 8

Decent work and economic growth

Employment of well-trained forestry and hunting staff. Ongoing employee training in ecology and economics and well-planned work assignments lead to productive and fair employment.
SDG 15

SDG 15

Life on land

The near-natural forest provides habitats for wild animals as well as diverse flora and fauna (wood ants, bog dwellers, etc.) and numerous bird species.
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ISO 14064-2:2019 based methodology

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

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Externally certified projects

In collaboration with our partner, we organise 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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This project is in the certification process, credits will be available soon

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