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  • Urban water security relies on tropical forests

    As climate change accelerates, populations grow and cities expand, the stress on rivers, reservoirs and aquifers will further intensify. Forests can keep water flowing to cities around the world.
  • Three ways tropical forests can save us from climate breakdown

    Tropical forests offer an extraordinary opportunity to meet our climate targets and avoid a collapse of the global climate system. There are three dimensions to how they can do this, outlined in this blog.
  • We can achieve deforestation-free supply chains, but collaboration is key

    Many companies are now trying to remove deforestation from their complex supply chains. Global Canopy asked experts from companies and industry associations to explain how companies can go about addressing this challenge.
  • A wake-up call for the meat industry

    The figures are stark, and the vegans are smiling. A comprehensive analysis of meat and dairy’s environmental footprint shows that cutting our consumption of meat and dairy products is the single biggest way to reduce our impact on the planet.

What We Do

All our work focuses on the production, trade and financing of commodities such as soy, beef and palm oil that are responsible for two thirds of deforestation worldwide:
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Supply Chains
Bringing unprecedented transparency to the commodity supply chains which run from forest landscapes to consumers worldwide
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The Finance Sector
Following the trillions of dollars in loans and investments linked to deforestation, and enabling better decision-making on natural capital by financial institutions
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Financing Sustainable Landscapes
Supporting forward-thinking governments in key forest regions to secure investment to protect forests, boost agricultural productivity and improve water security