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We are back from the field this week after ten days traveling in the Mekong Basin with our team. Hundreds of millions of people live along the Mekong, and the rate of change in Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos was stunning. The forces of development are ever-present in demands for raw materials and the construction of […]
This is part three of our series A Financial Architecture to Rebuild Carbon Sinks. One: Carbon Sinks are Our Best Climate Hedge. So Where’s the Money? Two: How to Rebuild Global Carbon Sinks Three: A New Forestry Investment Strategy for the Private Sector A portfolio of “natural climate solutions” could cost-effectively deliver one-third of emissions […]
A Mechanism to Co-fund Public Commitments to Achieve the Goals of the Paris AgreementBy Rupert Edwards
Company Progress on Commitments That Count, 2019
A Collaborative Analysis between Forest Trends and Ceres, Based on Supply Change Data It’s been nearly a decade since the Board of the Consumer Goods Forum (CGF), an industry association comprised of roughly 400 companies, passed a resolution to achieve Zero Net Deforestation in the “big four” commodity supply chains responsible for the bulk of […]By Philip Rothrock and Laura Weatherer
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For thirteen years, women of the Chancay-Lambayeque..
What does it take to change the world? In the..
Nature can be one-third of the solution to climate change - so why is it only one percent of the conversation?
We are so excited to have joined Nature4Climate..
Two out of three Peruvians live under water stress..
Today is #IndigenousPeoplesDay. A year ago, Forest..
Forests and terrestrial soils store 2.5 times carbon than the atmosphere. With some changes in how we manage our la… twitter.com/i/web/status/11421…
Illegal agriculture and deforestation account for roughly 20% of all greenhouse gasses. Yet, attacking agriculture… twitter.com/i/web/status/11417…
RT @EMFSummit: Planting trees and restoring wetlands? Or shelling out trillions in new water treatment plants? Seems like an easy… https://t.co/EseRFoReMs
Just 8% of the world’s companies have committed to purging deforestation from their commodity supply chains, but mo… twitter.com/i/web/status/11414…
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