The Flow CountryMore
The Flow Country Green Finance Initiative aims to deliver ecological restoration, sustainable land use, a carbon investment model, support for circular business and community development. The regional aspiration, as defined through a stakeholder workshop, is to achieve a multi-use landscape where healthy and restored peatlands support globally significant biodiversity and
The Pacifico Norte landscapeMore
The Choco-Darien is an extremely biodiversity rich region recognised for its mangroves, estuarine forests, lowland and montane rainforests. It has more than 7,500 species of plant, 700 butterflies, and more than 1,500 birds, as well as important populations of coastal species such as marine turtles and humpback whales.
Cameroon, Congo, Gabon
TRIDOM: Tri-National Dja-Odzala-MinkébéMore
Spread over three countries – Cameroon, the Republic of Congo and Gabon – the Tri-National Dja-Odzala-Minkébé (TRIDOM) transborder forest covers 178,000 km², or 10% of the Congo Basin rainforest. TRIDOM is a forested area that spans Cameroon, the Republic of Congo and Gabon. It contains large numbers of elephants, chimpanzees
Western Georgia Forest Landscape PartnershipMore
This program aims to secure multiple functions of the landscape including biodiversity, carbon storage, climate resilience and local economy through multipurpose sustainable management of forests, agriculture and rivers with associated value chains.
Upper Parana Atlantic ForestsMore
The Upper Parana River region includes the iconic Iguazu Falls. Once all rainforests home to large populations of jaguars, now only small disconnected patches remain. The program aims to establish biodiversity corridors to connect, protect and restore forests remnants and support more sustainable agriculture within a wider river basin approach.
Great Sea ReefMore
The reef has been part of the Fijian lifestyle for centuries, and now generates almost half of the Fiji economy through tourism and fisheries. The Great Sea Reef program will address the threats to the resilience of the reefs including siltation, nutrient poisoning, habitat loss and poor waste management. This
Kafue Flats, ZambiaMore
A vision to maintain the vast wetlands of the Zambezi basin, like the Kafue Flats, to remain wild water landscapes. In turn providing consistent fishing opportunities, building materials for homes, fodder for animals, and water supply.