Restoring Nature to Solve Climate Change

BRECK + FOX is on a mission to solve climate change by helping forests thrive through reforestation, forest management, and stopping deforestation. Trees are the most scalable and efficient way to remove carbon today. To offset our carbon footprint, we have partnered with Pachama to fund verified carbon-reduction projects around the world.

Carbon Projects We Help Fund

BRECK + FOX currently funds three carbon projects that are "Verified Carbon Standard" certified. Our contributions cover the project costs to increase reforestation, increase forest management, and stop deforestation.

Fazenda Sao Nicolao (Amazon Rainforest, Brazil)

Fazenda Sao Nicolao, a Brazilian reforestation project is located in the Amazon rainforest. The 1,900-ha project is the first Brazilian forestry project to be certified by Verified Carbon Standard (VCS). Much of the project area was heavily deforested in the late 1980s and 1990s for both cattle ranching and coffee production. As such, the project has pledged to improve afforestation, reforestation, and revegetation to increase the forests' carbon stock and recover its invaluable biodiversity. The project is replanting using a mix of 54 native species, an area of forest almost half the size of the island of Manhattan.

Jaguar Amazon REDD (Amazon Rainforest, Peru)

The Jaguar Amazon REDD project protects an area of the Amazon Rainforest in Madre de Dios, Peru. This is one of the most biologically diverse areas of the world, which is rapidly developing as a result of a trans-oceanic highway that connects this region with the Peruvian coast and western Brazil. The project hopes to help stop deforestation by encouraging use of sustainable forest management practices throughout the project area, including Brazil nut collection and processing, small harvests using localized silvicultural techniques, and forest fire prevention.

Los Bancos (Northern Mexico)

Established in 2018, the Ejido Forestal Los Bancos project conserves communally-owned pine-oak forests in Northern Mexico and provides alternative income to the 44 Ejidatarios who have traditionally tended the land. The project hopes to sequester 376,166 tons of CO2 within ten years by leaving 30% more residual timber from planned harvests than required by Mexican law. The project also invests in conservation activities and forest fire prevention infrastructure.

Where the Dollars Go

For every dollar BRECK + FOX invests with Pachama, 20 cents goes to Pachama to fund business operations and 80 cents goes directly to their projects.

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