Coalition for Rainforest Nations

Founding Year: 2005


Budget: $ 1.67m

Kevin Conrad (Executive Director)

The Coalition for Rainforest Nations is an intergovernmental organization that provides “diplomatic leadership through efforts across government, academia and industry to address the complex issues surrounding environmental sustainability specific to tropical rainforests.” It strives to “facilitate consensus among participating countries on issues related to domestic and international frameworks for rainforest management, biodiversity conservation and climate stability.” Consequently, it works on “enhancing technical capacity, spearheading research, assembling world-class advisory capacity, facilitating policy development, coordinating economic and technical regulatory frameworks and overseeing implementation.”

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Coalition for Rainforest Nations contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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