Our mission is to reduce the impact of climate change through the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions, educate the public about the issues of climate change, support renewable energy, energy efficiency, and forestry projects, and seek ways to have a cleaner and healthier environment.
$1.5m annual program spend • foundation's programs continue to reduce the impact of climate change through the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions, educating the public about the issue of climate change, and supporting renewable energy, energy efficiency, and reforestation projects. We retired over 353,000 carbon offsets and planted 65,000 trees during 2018.
$800k annual program spend • Operated camp quinebarge in moultonborough, New Hampshire and educated 342 children about the environment and climate change while developing an ongoing appreciation for nature, the outdoors, and an active lifestyle.
Carbonco, a Wholly
Owned subsidiary of the foundation, continued advising the 34,000-hectare purus project, the first-ever redd+ project in the acre, brazil to achieve dual validation and verification to the vcs and the ccbs with gold distinction. Carbonco continued to advise the russas and valparaiso projects, which will conserve more than 70,000 hectares in the brazilian juru-valparaiso river basin. The russas and valparaiso projects were also validated and verified to the vcs and ccbs with gold distinction. The envira amazonia project is one of the largest redd+ projects in the world and is one of only a handful of forestry projects to be validated and verified as triple gold distinction for exceptional climate, community, and biodiversity benefits.