Future Forward: The Future of Forests

By The Climate Pledge | April 4, 2023

At almost the size of Australia, the Amazon is the largest rainforest in the world. However, due to the current scale of deforestation, it won’t be this size for long. Rainforests are natural carbon sinks, and when their trees vanish their naturally-stored carbon has to go somewhere — and that somewhere is our atmosphere. In order to protect the Amazon and simultaneously combat food scarcity, it is critical that businesses invest in nature-based solutions. Amazon and their partners are supporting agroforestry systems in Brazil to restore forests, produce food, and create a sustainable livelihood for local communities. Directed by David Darg.


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Future of Buildings

Future of Water

Future of Forests

Future of Farming

Future of Transportation

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