The Climate and Land Use Alliance does not accept unsolicited grant proposals. Instead, we work closely with our partner foundations to identify funding opportunities that create impact.

Between 2010 and 2014, the ClimateWorks Foundation, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Ford Foundation, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, and Margaret A. Cargill Foundation awarded 687 grants and contracts totaling over $194 million in alignment with the Climate and Land Use Alliance strategy.

Brazil Initiative Grants List

In Brazil, we aim to support the Brazilian government's efforts to reduce deforestation in Amazon by 80%.

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Indonesia Initiative Grants List

In Indonesia, we aim to support a shift to a low-emissions rural economy that enhances local livelihoods and reduces greenhouse gas emissions from forests and peatlands.

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Mexico & Central America Initiative Grants List

In Mexico and Central America, we aim to support reducing forest emissions in Mexico to zero by 2020 and reducing emissions in Central America by 75%, while sharing lessons with other regions.

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United States Initiative Grants List

In the United States, we aim to support reductions in net greenhouse gas emissions from U.S. agriculture by 20% by 2020 and demonstrate the feasibility of such action to other major agricultural nations.

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Global Initiative Grants List

At the global level, we aim to support public and private sector policies and finance that help achieve large cuts in greenhouse gas emissions from land use, and improve the land rights of indigenous peoples and rural communities.

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