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Climate change is impacting communities and landscapes around the world, and one of the most significant solutions to help slow the global climate crisis is our forests. Forests don’t just help us adapt to and mitigate climate change though—they also provide food, energy, good jobs, and other livelihoods opportunities. When forests thrive, our communities thrive too.


We are working to make Canada’s forests one of the world’s greatest carbon storehouses through thoughtful conservation and restoration, while continuing to provide good work and wealth to our communities.

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Whaelghinbran Forest in fall colours from above.


In early 2021, Community Forests will be sharing and adapting our community-led mangrove restoration to the very special coastal communities and mangrove forests of Mozambique.

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Mangrove Tree on the coast


Working alongside rural communities in Zanzibar, we promote resilient livelihoods that restore forests, foster gender equality, and improve income in communities already dealing with the negative effects of climate disaster. From spice forests to mangrove restoration, all of our efforts are guided by the communities that need them most.


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Aerial photo of tree covered islands surrounded by blue ocean