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Carbon Neutral Strategy

Our 360-degree strategy that promotes urgent climate action

Carbon neutral in numbers:
4 REDD+ projects spanning Kenya, Peru, Indonesia and Cambodia
Around 1,102,000 hectares of forest protected from the 2018 offset
Conservation of over 1,000 unique and endangered species, including elephants, rhinos and orangutans

ALTO MAYO REDD+ PROJECT

PERU – Amazon Forest

Located in the Peruvian Amazon, the REDD+ project developed by Conservation International protects the ecologically rich Alto Mayo Protected Forest (AMPF) by providing essential funding for forest management, wildlife conservation, local livelihoods and community programs.

Photo of rainforest, mountains and valleys in Peru, where projects developed by Conservation International protect the Alto Mayo Protected Forest through forest management, wildlife conservation and community programs.
Photo of a monkey among the trees in Peru, where projects developed by Conservation International protect the Alto Mayo Protected Forest through forest management, wildlife conservation and community programs.

CHYULU HILLS REDD+ PROJECT

KENYA, Volcanic Mountain Range

The REDD+ project developed by Conservational International protects a critical ecosystem and wildlife corridor, which is home to the endangered Black Rhino and other threatened species like the African Elephant, and supports local communities including the Maasai indigenous community.

Photo of a Maasai indigenous community member in the Chyulu Hills of Kenya overlooking a vista of the local ecosystem, which is home to wildlife including the endangered Black Rhino and other threatened species such as the African Elephant.
Photo of two giraffes with a volcanic mountain range in the background, part of a local ecosystem in Kenya protected through projects with Conservation International.
Photo of a group of community members and ecologists from Infinite Earth working on restoring and preserving the local tropical lowland ecosystem in the Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve and surrounding area in Indonesia.
Photo of local children in Indonesia reading together.
Photo of a landscape panorama of forest and rivers in the Indo Burma Biodiversity Hotspot, one of the most critical landscapes for biodiversity conservation in Asia, protected by Wildlife Alliance projects.
Photo of tropical rainforest in the Indo Burma Biodiversity Hotspot in Cambodia, protected by a project developed by Wildlife Alliance.
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