The ClimateWorks Forests and Land Use program is led by the Climate and Land Use Alliance (CLUA), which supports policies, practices, and partnerships that halt and reverse forest loss, advance sustainable land use and development, and secure the rights and livelihoods of indigenous and forest communities.
Advancing land use policies and finance that help countries achieve ambitious climate targets and contribute to sustainable development.
Supporting indigenous and traditional communities’ land rights and management of their forests, and stopping the killing and criminalization of environmental defenders.
Eliminating deforestation, land degradation, illegality, and social conflict from global supply chains and related financial investments.
Establishing strong environmental, social, and governance standards, and increasing transparency and oversight of investments in infrastructure and extractive industries.
Increasing understanding of forests and lands as essential to people and the planet to improve policy outcomes and land use practices.
Increasing the role of forests and lands as carbon sinks, while ensuring forests retain ecosystem, livelihood, and other values for local communities.
Shifting consumption toward protein sources that are healthier for people and the planet.
Program Strategist, Food & Agriculture
Director of Strategic Communications, Climate and Land Use Alliance
Executive Director, Climate and Land Use Alliance
Executive Assistant, Climate and Land Use Alliance
Program Officer, Climate and Land Use Alliance
Grants and Contracts Associate, Climate and Land Use Alliance
Associate Director of Programs, Climate and Land Use Alliance
Grants Manager, Climate and Land Use Alliance
Associate Director, Grants and Operations, Climate and Land Use Alliance
Communications Director, Climate and Land Use Alliance
Manager, Planning and Development, Climate and Land Use Alliance
Director of Programs, Climate and Land Use Alliance