A new Forests, People, Climate collaborative aims to mobilize significantly increased philanthropic funding to end and reverse deforestation while delivering just, sustainable development.
Climate & Forests 2030 is a set of resources for funders interested in helping realize the potential of forests to mitigate climate change, benefit people, and protect nature. The materials include funding priorities and information on what’s needed to meet them.
In support of accelerating climate ambition, eighteen foundations signed a joint statement affirming their commitment to supporting the critical role forests and sustainable land use, and indigenous guardianship of these places, play in the fight against climate change.
Indigenous people will be supported in protecting their forest land and resources through International Land & Forest Tenure Facility.
Attempting to fight climate change without lifting up communities who protect forests is grave mistake, says Ford Foundation President.
World leaders must do more to defend custodians of natural world whose lives are at risk from big business, says UN Rapporteur.
A new set of materials helps explain how forests and land use relate to climate change.
The Brazil Fund is supporting investigative journalism projects focused on human rights violations and discrimination.
Securing land title for indigenous peoples is among most cost-effective ways to conserve South America's rain forests.
Amazon’s diversity of life and indigenous peoples' knowledge could combine with new technologies to fuel biodiversity-based approach to development.