Right Now Climate Fund

Amazon’s commitment of $100 million to restore and conserve forests, wetlands, and peatlands around the world

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Through our commitment to The Climate Pledge, Amazon is reducing carbon emissions across our business operations, and, in addition, has established a $100 million (USD) fund to restore and conserve forests, wetlands, and peatlands around the world. Through the Right Now Climate Fund, we are taking immediate action to remove or avoid carbon emissions by supporting nature-based climate solutions.

Healthy forests, grasslands, and wetlands are some of the most effective tools we have to address climate change. Amazon is working with The Nature Conservancy to identify projects that can create real and lasting carbon reductions, while also empowering communities, enhancing natural environments, and protecting wildlife.

Projects

Empowering small land owners to conserve and restore their forests in partnership with The Nature Conservancy, American Forest Foundation, and Vermont Land Trust. Learn more.
Using nature-based solutions to mitigate the effects of climate change on cities in partnership with The Nature Conservancy. Learn more.

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