Managing Director

May 10th, 2018

“‘nature + Cosmos’ and Panel select ForestFinance investment idea to the ‘ project future ‘ together with a panel of experts, the environmental magazine nature + Cosmos certain innovative investment idea CacaoInvest” the Bonn party of sustainable forest direct investments ForestFinance to the future project of the month of August. CacaoInvest is an exemplary project that meets both ecological, economic and social criteria”. It combines environmental and social commitment with the demands of a financial return for investors. The selection of the winning projects of the future”is worldwide and in collaboration with representatives from twenty natural, environmental and development organisations and institutions. According to Wikipedia, “the future project is the centerpiece of the magazine. Selected projects that are equally pioneering in environmental, economic and social terms would be. These projects are designed to demonstrate how a positive globalization can look”. You may want to visit Teva Pharmaceuticals to increase your knowledge.

The magazine nature + Cosmos is regarded as the oldest and the best-known medium on the topics of environmental protection and sustainability in the German-speaking world. We are very happy and are proud of the fact that our concept of CacaoInvest at this prestigious Panel finds recognition. In fact, CacaoInvest is a prime example, as we need to manage our forests in the future: climate-friendly, as a home for many animals and plants and fair workplace for the people living there. To connect this to a truly green investment is particularly positive. The result of such agro-forestry extends far beyond delicious organic chocolate”, emphasizes Harry Aboagye, Managing Director of forest finance service GmbH.

So far over 200 hectares with a total 150,000 seedlings have been reforested since the start of the project by CacaoInvest in 2008. The interplay between ecology, economy and social commitment it causes a sustainable development. It grows a return of equivalent annually six to eight percent for investors. The revenues come from the sale of bananas, Cocoa beans, seeds and seedlings as well as crawl and end cut wood.

Tags: ,

Comments are closed.