Advocacy and Education for Natural Climate Solutions
Ecosystems which store carbon, including forests, soils, riparian areas, and wetlands, are critical for biodiversity protection and climate change resilience. This project takes a two-pronged approach to developing and implementing policies that enable the scaling of these natural climate solutions. First, protect and expand carbon sinks through enhanced advocacy, litigation, and persuasive actions in the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and E.U. The project will also educate policymakers on the benefits of reforming policies, incentives, and crop insurance programs across the agriculture industry.