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Forest Trends protects critical ecosystems through creative environmental finance, markets, supply chains, and other incentive mechanisms. We build diverse coalitions with governments, local and indigenous communities, and business to ensure that all stakeholders are engaged and benefit from conservation.
Forest Trends Impact Report 2022
Resilience in Action
Forest Trends was founded with the mission of putting an economic engine behind nature conservation – the idea being that our economy, our society, and our wellbeing all depend in very real and material ways on healthy natural ecosystems. That idea’s time has come. The world is looking to “nature-based solutions” to combat climate change, mitigate […]
What Brazil’s new government means for indigenous and local forest-based economies
For the first time in years, there is an administration in Brazil that is aligned with our priorities here at Forest Trends – in particular those of supporting local and indigenous environmental defenders, and advancing governance and policy that aims to conserve the environment rather than exploit it. Brazil is in the midst of several […]
Infografía: Pajonales altoandinos
Conjunto de ecosistemas de gran importancia hídrica para la conservación de las cuencas y el desarrollo de las comunidades de los Andes
7 Lessons for Scaling up Nature-based Solutions for Water Security: Takeaways from the First UN Water Conference in 46 Years
Last week we were honored to gather experts and practitioners at the Nature Hub in New York City during the UN Water Conference – the first in 46 years – to share lessons learned on scaling up nature-based solutions (NBS) for water. The main aim of the conference this year was to accelerate action to achieve […]
Restoring the Brazilian Amazon is a monumental task. To succeed, Brazil needs a strong, region-wide network of indi… twitter.com/i/web/status/16668…
Jim Salzman, our long-time partner, donor, & Fellow on what has kept him coming back to collaborate for over 20 yrs… twitter.com/i/web/status/16664…
RT @AcctFramework: Don't forget! You can watch our latest webinar on the topic of using the Accountability Framework to protect forest… https://t.co/UjnIUgmwX4
In Papua New Guinea, corruption & illegal practices in the forestry & ag sectors have been widely documented over t… twitter.com/i/web/status/16657…
Brazil’s new administration is committed to restoring 12M hectares of land by 2030. But this won’t look anything li… twitter.com/i/web/status/16657…
How Brazil can restore an area twice the size of Germany: www.forest-trends.org/blog/how… pic.twitter.com/sdJGoBM6S7
Interested in exploring all things #carbon? Check out our Resilience Dispatch series to learn more about #scope3 em… twitter.com/i/web/status/16646…
Marcio Halla, our Brazil-based Local Economic Initiatives lead, on how Brazil can replant the Amazon & accelerate t… twitter.com/i/web/status/16639…
Primera semana climática de los pueblos indígenas y comunidades locales de mesoaméricana 2023 en Panama 13 al 16 de… twitter.com/i/web/status/16639…
The first Mesoamerican Climate Week is being held in Panama City from June 13-16! twitter.com/alianzabosques/sta… pic.twitter.com/Wjua8sY5qB
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