Documenting the Mai Ndombe REDD+ Project

In December 2019, Everland commissioned Impact Photographer Filip C Agoo to document the pioneering forest conservation initiative by Wildlife Works, the Mai Ndombe REDD+ project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

All photos by Filip C Agoo

Q: Can you tell us about your background and the assignment given to you by Everland?

Photo by Filip C Agoo

My assignment was to bridge a heart connection between the Mai Ndombe community and corporate decision makers who are seeking meaningful ways to offset their company’s unavoidable carbon emissions.

Photo by Filip C Agoo
Photo by Filip C Agoo
Photo by Filip C Agoo
Photo by Filip C Agoo
Photo by Filip C Agoo
Photo by Filip C Agoo
Photo by Filip C Agoo
Photo by Filip C Agoo
Photo by Filip C Agoo

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