Making It Possible

A global network of like-minded organizations and companies will have greater impact in addressing the social justice issues wrought by the climate crisis.

Nature For Justice's fundamental tenets:

 Identify and support various types of partner relationships

 Increase and accelerate our impact

 Build on and leverage local expertise to create broad, long-range value

We work with three types of partners:

We believe that professionally managed national, or sub-national, conservation and rural development organizations — such as Los Aliados in Ecuador and NCRC in Ghana — will always have a better understanding of the local context and community dynamics than external organizations.

We’re also confident that, with the right support, such organizations will be more cost-effective than international organizations in supporting small-scale producers and relevant organizations. We are convinced that the durability of results is best achieved by working with these partners.

Our role is to build the capacity of our field partners by bringing expertise from other locations, new technologies and processes for smart experimentation, and resources, as needed. We will also ensure the sharing of experience and lessons learned among the network of field partners.

These organizations — Cultivo, GCBR, NatureBank, Planet Women, and Resolve for example — each equally committed to our mission, enable us to have a larger presence, provide key contacts and relationships in places where we have gaps, and expand our reach at low cost. Such institutional partners enable us to accelerate our impact.
Partner companies are committed to our mission, seek our assistance to connect with communities, and are willing to pay for the value that they derive from these relationships – for instance, the purchase of ecosystem services and carbon credits.

If you’re interested in being a partner,

please contact us about partnership opportunities.

Fundación Aliados enables farmers and communities to build resilient businesses that conserve biodiversity in the Andes and Amazon tropical ecosystems.
(Quito, Ecuador)

Cultivo's mission is to unlock investment to restore nature at scale. We do this by showing how investing in natural capital can generate healthy financial returns that are good for nature and society.
(Pleasanton, CA)

For an overview of their approach,
watch this video.

Planet Women's mission is to partner with women to create a healthy planet for all life. We combine the best elements of conservation with a radical new approach to leadership and culture for a stronger, more inclusive environmental movement.
(San Francisco, CA)

Ostrom Climate is one of North America’s leading providers of carbon management solutions. Our team bridges the gap between commitment and action for individuals and organizations rising to the global challenge of climate change.(Vancouver, Canada)

Nature Conservations Research Center is recognized internationally as a leader in developing rural ecotourism and community protected areas as a means of economic development and resource conservation. (Accra, Ghana)

The Gouritz Cluster Biosphere Reserve (GCBR) is a voluntary citizens’ initiative dedicated to the conservation of its region’s biodiversity, tied to the socio-economic development for the wellbeing of its peoples.
(Riversdale, South Africa)

RESOLVE forges sustainable solutions to critical social, health, and environmental challenges by creating innovative partnerships where they are least likely and most needed.
(Washington, DC)

The Pond Foundation

The Pond Foundation exists to change the way the world acts on climate change. My Carbon Zero is a Pond Foundation membership-based program that inspires its individual and business members to take strong, credible climate action.
(Carouge, Switzerland)

Ducks Unlimited Canada

Ducks Unlimited Canada is a Canadian non-profit organization that works to conserve, restore and manage Canadian wetlands in order to preserve habitat for North American waterfowl, wildlife and people.
(Stonewall, Manitoba, Canada)