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We are committed to improving environmental and social issues on certified cocoa farms in West Africa.
The answer is complex, but at the root of it all: a destructive combination of climate change and reckless land use.
Research shows that Indigenous peoples know best how to protect forests.
Ten studies show that community forestry is an effective approach to forest conservation.
Reduced Emissions from Avoided Deforestation in the Multiple Use Zone of the Maya Biosphere Reserve in Guatemala
MREDD+ works on three levels to test tools and models and provide lessons learned for refining state and national strategies.
The project supports indigenous Chatino coffee farmers.
Helping Guatemala strengthen its ability to address climate change
The only realistic way to conserve forests is to apply sustainable forest management practices.