NO to Nature Based "Solutions"!

Groups from around the world call on movements and organizations committed to climate, environmental and social justice to unequivocally reject “Nature-Based Solutions” and all offset schemes. Such schemes are not designed to address the climate crisis.

Their primary function is to buy another decade or two of unrestrained corporate profiteering from fossil carbon extraction and industrial agriculture while increasing outside control over community territories (access more information on this issue here)

Watch the conversation with the authors of the WRM publication “15 Years of REDD: A Mechanism Rotten at the Core”. The webinar was held on November 3, 2022.
On 3 November, join a conversation to reflect on “15 Years of REDD: A Mechanism Rotten at the Core”.
On 15 March, over 360 organisations launched a statement exposing that "Nature Based Solutions" will cause huge new land grabs and promote harmful practices like monoculture tree plantations and industrial agriculture.
Statement released on 15 March by more than 360 organizations.
Ahead of vital UN moment for biodiversity, "nature-based solutions" are once again being erroneously heralded as the solution.
Communities in Nyanga province, Gabon, released the Bana / Mayumba Declaration in which they call for the suspension of the GRANDE MAYUMBA project, a multi-concession megaproject marketing as a so-called Nature-Based Solution.
The statement calls on climate, environmental and social justice movements to unequivocally reject “Nature-Based Solutions” and all offset schemes because they are not designed to address the climate crisis. It remains open for sign-on until the end of 2021.
The statement is already closed for sign-ons.