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Every $11 buys one ton of reduced carbon emissions and preserves two rainforest trees.
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Rainforest nations and their communities work to preserve their rainforests. Their results are calculated in tons of carbon saved, or REDD+ Result Units, and submitted under the Paris Agreement.
We all must reduce our carbon emissions. Each American creates 1.5 tons of carbon dioxide emissions on average per month. i
Buying REDD+ Result Units lets you pay for emissions you can’t reduce while supporting developing nations that preserve their rainforests.
Over 90% of the world’s rainforests participate in the REDD+ Mechanism under the UNFCCCi initiated by the Coalition for Rainforest Nations.
Successful efforts to reduce deforestation result in more carbon reductions and removals, which are verified by the UNFCCC and registered under the Paris Agreement.
Rainforest nations and their communities receive over 90% of sale proceeds to support their ongoing work protecting rainforests.
Tropical rainforests absorb dangerous greenhouse gases that cause global warming. These gases are released when rainforests are destroyed.
Rainforests also house thousands of endangered species and provide livelihoods to hundreds of millions of rural and indigenous people.
Each carbon credit or REDD+ Result Unit™ is issued by the national government to prevent leakage, eliminate double counting and seamlessly integrate into the global carbon accounting. REDD+ Result Units™ are only made available after conservation efforts have been successful and independently reviewed by the UNFCCC. REDD+ Result Units™ are registered on the UNFCCC REDD+ Information Hub , and we retire them upon sale.
113.8 million acres
0.5% deforested 2000-2013
1.3 million acres
9.2% deforestaiton lost 2000-2015
by loss of rainforest habitat
6.2 million acres
28% deforested 2000-2015
Endangered mountain gorilla
due to loss of rainforest habitat
23% rainforest (2015)
3.44% Deforestation lost between 2000-2015
13.5 million acres
Endangered diana monkeys
due to lost of rainforest habitat and over-hunting
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