Rainforest Partnership convenes a global coalition for unprecedented forest protection at COP26 in Glasgow: Rainforest Collective


RP Team

November 6, 2021

Graphic tropical foliage leaves in red and green on purple background with text: Rainforest Collective: Unprecedented impact for standing forests

At the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change: COP26, Rainforest Partnership - founder of World Rainforest Day - along with XPRIZE Rainforest, The International Ecotourism Society, and other aligned organizations, will launch a bold, global collaboration for urgent, sweeping forest protection: Rainforest Collective.

‍This collective of forest-focused and forest-supporting organizations will map our expertise, projects, and resources to build pathways for collaboration across models, places, and sectors. It will enable us to convene as a powerful, global voice to influence decision-making and policy at the corporate and government levels, while maintaining individual organizational sovereignty, values, and missions of all member organizations.

‍This targeted, innovative approach will drive massive impact for forests on an unprecedented scale, matching the urgency of the climate crisis and harnessing the power of SDG17 - global partnerships for sustainable development.

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  • To learn more about Rainforest Collective, visit the website.
  • For partnership enquiries, please email Raina Chinitz at raina(@)rainforestpartnership.org.
  • You can financially support Rainforest Collective through PayPal, GiveLively, or GivingBlock.
  • For corporate matching programs and other forms of giving, please contact Nabeel Vira at Nabeel(at)RainforestPartnership.org

About Rainforest Partnership

Rainforest Partnership protects and conserves tropical rainforests, critical assets in the climate crisis. Working directly with indigenous and local communities as guardians and economic participants, its integrated approach supports sustainable livelihoods, thriving biodiversity, and long-term forest protection in the Amazon and beyond.