Over the past weeks a new replication project in Fontecha (municipality of Guardo, province of Palencia), was finished. About 50,000 trees were planted as a result of previously successful replication plantations in this part of Spain. Partly supported by Cocoons most of these trees were planted conventionally in an effort to offset carbon emissions. The project (together with another one of similar size in Cervera de Pisuerga) was fully paid for by a Dutch multinational active in the oil industry. Landlife Company, in charge of this project, sees an increasing interest from Dutch and other multinationals to start offsetting part of their emissions, which is a great impulse for market uptake as a result of this LIFE project.