The Tree House Blog
Plant A Tree. Trap A Ton.
The Conservation Fund’s Go Zero program works with individuals, companies and foundations to address climate change and habitat loss by protecting and restoring America’s forests. We plant native trees, restore parks and wildlife refuges, and protect working forests through the sales of carbon offsets. Our Tree House Blog is rooted in our balanced approach to conservation. Here, we’ll celebrate donors, partners and industry leaders whose projects include a host of benefits that strengthen our green economy, clean the air and water for our communities, and restore the biodiversity of our country. So climb up and join us today. The view from our tree house is spectacular.
December 19, 2014 The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently proposed regulating greenhouse gas emissions from existing power plants under Section 111(d) of the Clean Air Act. EPA’s proposed rule, also known as the Clean Power Plan, was released on June 2, 2014, and will set guidelines for states to reduce their carbon dioxide emissions from existing fossil fuel-fired power plants. Read More
December 16, 2014 Nearly 50 years ago the The North Face® was founded with the mission to build the best gear for the outdoors, support the preservation of wild places and inspire a global movement of outdoor exploration. Today the North Face is still passionate about its mission and exploration but it is also exploring important ways to reduce its carbon emissions and to address climate change. Read More
December 8, 2014 On the seventh anniversary of a partnership between The Philadelphia Eagles and The Conservation Fund’s Go Zero® program, which helps protect and restore forests for wildlife and people, there are many reasons to stand up and cheer. The Eagles have been all star players in Go Zero, donating each year to zero out the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions associated with the team’s travel by planting trees and restoring habitat for wildlife. Read More
November 26, 2014 Though demand for forest carbon offsets grew 17% in 2013, market participants recognize the need to scale up faster in order to curb emissions from deforestation and land-use change. Attendees at Ecosystem Marketplace’s launch of the State of the Forest Carbon Markets 2014 at the World Bank last Friday discussed the policy developments that could guide growth – and how the certification of co-benefits could shape demand. Members of the Go Zero carbon team joined the discussion. We have reposted this with permission – it was originally posted on November 24, 2014 in Ecosystem Marketplace’s News and Articles. Read More
August 22, 2014 Every day, The Conservation Fund works to prevent the loss of America’s last large and intact privately-held forests. With a core belief that environmental protection and economic vitality fundamentally reinforce one another, we strive to ensure the forests’ vital role in providing clean air, water and wildlife habitat, while guaranteeing they also benefit people in communities across America. Read More
August 7, 2014 Last week, I attended the 4th annual summit of the Green Sports Alliance (GSA) with 700 other fans of both sports and the environment. The Green Sports Alliance is an organization dedicated to helping sports teams, venues, and leagues enhance their environmental performance. Read More
June 10, 2014 Through a three-year investment in the Fund’s Parks With Purpose program, U-Haul and its customers will support work to bring community members, businesses and city officials together to improve the environment, the local economy. Read More
May 27, 2014 The Conservation Fund’s Go Zero program is proud to announce North America’s first two reforestation projects verified to the standards of the Climate Community and Biodiversity Alliance (CCBA Standards) at the Gold Level. Read More
Apr 22, 2014 Two summers ago, my dear friend and I went on a 500+ mile epic hike called Camino de Santiago across Spain. Read More
April 12, 2014 Back in November, we pulled out one of our Dell laptops and tapped into a live stream cast of VERGE in San Francisco to watch Dell’s Vice President of Corporate Responsibility, Trisa Thompson, unveil Dell’s 2020 Legacy of Good plan. Read More
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