Go Zero

Carbon & Climate

By the Numbers:
As a leader in the forest carbon market, we’ve levered carbon finance to protect 74,000 acres of working forestland on the north coast of California.

Up and down the Mississippi River, we have restored more than 25,000 acres with 10 million trees.
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions is critical in addressing climate change.  When done right, emissions reductions can restore habitat for wildlife too.  Go Zero® provides voluntary emission reductions through carbon offset projects that address climate change and habitat loss by protecting and restoring America’s forests. 

Supporting Go Zero helps plant trees and protect forests from California’s redwood region to the Gulf Coast.  Each donation makes a real and lasting difference—cleaning the air we breathe, filtering the water we drink, creating new habitat for wildlife and strengthening the economies of the communities that depend on healthy forests to thrive.

All of our projects are real, verifiable, permanent and additional. Just as important, each project is designed to benefit people and wildlife alike.

Featured Projects

Big River And Salmon Creek Forests

Big River And Salmon Creek Forests

Although Northern California’s coastal forests have long supported abundant wildlife and a thriving economy—nearly 40 percent of the value...
Garcia River Forest

Garcia River Forest

Some of America’s favorite forests are the redwoods along California’s north coast, known for its raw beauty and rich...
Go Zero at Marais Des Cynes National Wildlife Refuge Program

Go Zero at Marais Des Cynes National Wildlife Refuge Program

Supported by donations from the Fund’s voluntary carbon offset program, Go Zero®, we have helped restore more than 775...

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Conservation Efforts in Detroit

Conservation Efforts in Detroit

With a generation of young adults leaving in droves to find work, population decline is a serious issue with far-reaching consequences...
Go Zero At Lake Ophelia And Grand Cote National Wildlife Refuges

Go Zero At Lake Ophelia And Grand Cote National Wildlife Refuges

High above the Lake Ophelia and Grand Cote national wildlife refuges in central Louisiana, hundreds of thousands of birds...
Go Zero At Mingo National Wildlife Refuge

Go Zero At Mingo National Wildlife Refuge

When settlers first came to Missouri’s Bootheel region, lush bottomland hardwood forests, including giant cypress and tupelo trees, blanketed...
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