Climate Solutions: Rooted in Nature, Driven by Communities
This is the decisive decade for climate action. To limit global temperature rise to 1.5°C and avoid the most dangerous impacts of climate change, we must halve greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2030 and reduce them to zero by 2050.1 At the same time, we must help vulnerable communities around the world build resilience and adapt to the impacts of climate change which are already occurring.
The Rainforest Alliance is committed to helping the world meet both its climate mitigation and adaptation goals across farms, forests, and rural landscapes. Our climate action at the Rainforest Alliance revolves around two core objectives: significantly reducing emissions in agriculture, forestry, and land use, while also fostering climate resilience and improved livelihoods for rural communities. Our approach puts rural communities and nature at the center of the solution. Explore how we are working to build climate resilience and reduce emissions across farms, forests, and rural landscapes around the world, and discover how you can join us in our mission.