The Most Effective Carbon Credit Projects Place Communities Front & Center 

Done right, carbon credit projects have the potential to both reduce emissions and empower communities. But done wrong, they can make the situation worse for populations already vulnerable to climate change, as well as actually exacerbate the climate crisis. The stakes for getting carbon credit projects right are only going to keep rising.

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3 Steps to Reforest America for Climate

Did you know that America’s forests already capture and store almost fifteen percent of our nation’s carbon emissions each year? There are many actions we must take to protect and build this natural carbon sink. But there is one forest-climate solution that surpasses them all: reforestation.

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An Audacious and Timely Conservation Challenge

In order to conserve 30% of America’s land and waters by 2030, we must empower private landowners to conserve their natural and working lands at a much greater pace and scale. Andrew Bowman, president and CEO of the Land Trust Alliance, explains why land trusts are uniquely qualified to make that happen and, importantly, why they can do so in an inclusive and equitable way.

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Addressing Climate Change One Beer At A Time

Can beer be produced sustainably? Learn about an innovative partnership on the West Coast that decided to get to the very root of the problem – and the results taste great.

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