Aquatic
Aquatic's Impact

This investment in quality forest carbon projects reduces emissions, protects and restores wildlife and supports local communities.

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What does it mean?

3,661

Is the quantity of carbon either being sequestered or protected from deforestation, helping to solve climate change

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That's like taking this amount of passenger cars off the road for an entire year

The average carbon footprint for a person in the United States is 16 metric tons of CO2e per year.

Source: The Nature Conservancy

The projects supported to date

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    /metric ton of CO₂e

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    /metric ton of CO₂e

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The Pachama Portfolio

Together, we are supporting projects that are protecting and restoring hundreds of thousands of hectares of forest.

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Quick Facts

Why are forest carbon projects important?

Forests are critical ecosystems and incredible carbon sinks. Trees are the most scalable and efficient way to remove carbon today. Forests are so important that every single international climate plan includes dramatic measures to protect and restore forests. Beyond that, forests are also hotbeds of biodiversity, providing a home to the majority of animals and plant species on the planet. They're essential to regulating heat and clean water. Forests are a source of livelihood and home to many communities around the world.

Forests are critical ecosystems and incredible carbon sinks. Trees are the most scalable and efficient way to remove carbon today. Forests are so important that every single international climate plan includes dramatic measures to protect and restore forests. Beyond that, forests are also hotbeds of biodiversity, providing a home to the majority of animals and plant species on the planet. They're essential to regulating heat and clean water. Forests are a source of livelihood and home to many communities around the world.

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