Rainforest Climate Action Fund

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Project Overview

Our new Rainforest Climate Action Fund supports projects that cost-effectively store and sequester vast quantities of carbon.

  • Species at Risk

    Critically Endangered, Endangered, and Vulnerable

  • Carbon density

    Average of 147.5 metric tons per acre*

    *(metric tons of CO2 equivalents)
  • Partner

    Various Local Partners

  • Acres Conserved by

    Purchase/Designation/Community Reserve

Project Cost: $10,000,000
Funding Raised: $1,925,963

Please note that your donation may not be immediately reflected in the funding thermometer above.

Worldwide
Acres

37+ Million

Project Overview

Our new Rainforest Climate Action Fund supports projects that cost-effectively store and sequester vast quantities of carbon.

  • Species at Risk

    Critically Endangered, Endangered, and Vulnerable

  • Carbon density

    Average of 147.5 metric tons per acre*

    *(metric tons of CO2 equivalents)
  • Partner

    Various Local Partners

  • Acres Conserved by

    Purchase/Designation/Community Reserve

Project Cost: £7,246,376
Funding Raised: £1,395,625

Please note that your donation may not be immediately reflected in the funding thermometer above.

Worldwide
Acres

37+ Million

Healthy forests. Healthy planet.

In 2020, the world lost more than 30.1 million acres of tropical forest—that’s nearly an acre per second.

This rampant destruction of forests dumped 2.64 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide into our atmosphere. That’s more than double all annual vehicle emissions in the USA.

tree covered hills

Explore Forest Types

Donate to the Rainforest Climate Action Fund to support high-impact projects in three types of forest:

Frontier Forests

These forests massively reduce carbon emissions in the immediate future because they protect forest in imminent danger of destruction—a so-called "frontier" providing a protective barrier, keeping dense forest intact.

mangrove forest

Super-Sequesterers

Forests inundated by water are particularly efficient sequesterers because the water blocks the oxygen required for carbon-releasing decomposition. These include flooded forests, swamp forests, peat forests and mangroves.

Rainforest from an aerial view.

Carbon Vaults

These forests lock up carbon in large, tall, intact hardwood forests in perpetuity for a reasonable cost. These large trees store vast amounts of carbon in their wood, roots and soil, preventing huge amounts of carbon from being released.

We must act now.

Take a stand for our planet and donate to our new Rainforest Climate Action Fund to support projects that cost-effectively store and sequester vast quantities of carbon.

Donating to this fund may be the most efficient way to fight climate change right now. Together, we will work to permanently lock up 15 billion tons of carbon by 2025.

We cannot save the Earth without you. Donate today and join our fight to protect forests, keep carbon stored and create a healthier future for our planet and all who rely on it.

Many thanks to our local partners in the field who make our work possible.

100% of your money goes to our conservation efforts

Our board members and other supporters cover our operating costs, so you can give knowing your whole gift will protect rainforests.

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