The Climate and Land Use Alliance makes grants to support efforts in Brazil, Indonesia, Mexico and Central America, and at the global level, to realize the potential of forested and agricultural landscapes to mitigate climate change, benefit people, and protect the environment.
Between 2010 and 2018, the ClimateWorks Foundation, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Ford Foundation, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, Margaret A. Cargill Foundation, and Good Energies Foundation awarded 1,451 grants and contracts totalling over $470 million in alignment with the Climate and Land Use Alliance strategy. Norway’s International Climate and Forests Initiative provides funding to the 2018-2022 strategy, primarily focused on Brazil and Indonesia. The grant agreement is available here.
Further information about these grants can be found at the foundation pages above.
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.
Part of our commitment to being an effective organization is evaluating our progress as we work toward this aim. Our most recent evaluation report is available here.