Mount Sandy is a biodiversity conservation project. As part of South Pole's award-winning EcoAustralia product, it is bundled with an international Gold Standard carbon project. Nestled between the Coorong National Park and Lake Albert in South Australia, Mount Sandy protects one of the last pockets of bush and wetlands in the region. The project brings together non-Indigenous and Indigenous Australians by promoting land conservation using methods that have been employed by Traditional Custodians, the Ngarrindjeri people, for millennia.
Located in the town of Lapseki in Turkey’s Çanakkale province, the Koru Wind Power Plant comprises 16 turbines spread across several hilltops. The project reduces Turkey’s greenhouse gas emissions, whilst also contributing to the extension of the country’s national power generation into wind power.