Bikin Tiger Conservation Project

Conservation of a natural forest area serving as habitat (biodiversity hotspot) for Amur tiger and snow leopard under a JI forest conservation project. The project is financed through the International Climate Initiative of the German Government. The JI project seeks for a LoA from the Russian government. Certificates will be sold either as ERUs and/or to the voluntary market. The project applies CCB and VCS quality standards.

The Bikin Tiger Conservation Project is currently expanding in the region with a new project dealing with: 

  • Implementation of new protected areas (forest conservation) -  minimum of 100,000 hectares
  • Improved forest management of Nut Harvesting Zones - minimum of 350,000 hectares
  • Developing Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification in timber concessions together with Russian companies with the objective of setting up a network of set aside (conservation) areas within the concession areas - minimum of 1 million hectares

This project will be developed as one comprehensive REDD+ project for the voluntary market until 2015 (financed again by the International Climate Initiative of the German government).

Project Details

Project Status:
Project Developer(s):


Contact Details:

Joachim Schnurr

Wladiwostok, Russia
Project Type:
Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation [REDD(+)]
Project Start Date:
Project Size:
400,000 hectares
Forest/Land Cover Type:
[None Listed]
Tenure and Use Rights:
Concession to local ethnic community
Sources of Deforestation:
[None Listed]
Species Planting Mix:
Only native species planted; no exotic species
[None Listed]
Verification Status:
Credit Status:
Seeking Additional Support:
Voluntary Over-the-Counter Market (OTC)
Total Reductions:
Not disclosed
Historical Price Range:
Total Credits Sold:
Not disclosed
Total Credits Retired:
Not disclosed
Crediting Period:
45 Years
Credit Buyers:
Additional Information: