As governments step up efforts to strengthen the Paris Agreement at COP26 and tackle the climate emergency, corporate action has never been more critical.
As formalised into Article 5 of the Paris Agreement, the Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD+) Mechanism was designed to "slow, halt and reverse forest cover and carbon loss" across an entire country, and now covers over 90% of the world's tropical forests. It has led to sequential declines in emissions, protected the world's rainforests over two decades, and is enshrined in the Paris Agreement. From April this year, corporations and investors have been able to purchase UNFCCC-verified, REDD+ carbon credits from the world's most fragile rainforests.
Join our webinar and learn how, for the first time, corporations can achieve their net zero-carbon targets, protect tropical rainforests, and directly support the global climate agreement.
Key areas of discussion
Natural-based solutions and how they can help tackle the climate emergency
The global rainforest conservation mechanism – UNFCCC REDD+ and how effective it has been
UNFCCC-verified forestry carbon credits, and what makes them high quality carbon credits
How corporations can purchase UNFCCC REDD+ carbon credits