Ideas wanted for innovative partnerships | Submit a Proposal


Catalysing investments in forests and sustainable land use

Forests are essential for global development and preventing dangerous climate change but currently, markets fail to realise this.

We support partnerships that deliver on commitments for deforestation-free commodities, reduce the pressure on forests, and improve livelihoods.

Ideas wanted for innovative partnerships

We are always looking for new ideas for partnerships that can catalyse investment in forests and sustainable land use.

If you have an idea for a Forest Partnership, enabling conditions project or a demand-side project, please send it to us through the form available through the following link:


Due to high levels of interest, we cannot provide detailed feedback to proposals that are not selected for further evaluation. Incomplete forms will not be considered.

What we’re looking for

Our main focus is on incubating Forest Partnerships that can catalyse private-sector investment in sustainable land-use. We are looking to help selected partnerships move through the stages required to get to market – from idea development to business planning, to deal negotiation and piloting, and finally to commercial scale-up. We are therefore looking for proposals from partners, or prospective partners, that not only provide details of their project but also explain the specific support they need in order to progress to the next step towards scale-up.

We will support partnerships at different levels of maturity, from those that are only ideas through to projects that have already been piloted and are looking to scale up. However all partnerships should have the potential to deliver impact at scale, either through their own operations or replication elsewhere.

We also support enabling conditions and demand-side measures projects. However there is only a limited budget for these projects and we will prioritise projects that support a specific Forest Partnership or value chain in our portfolio.

We work in Central, East and West Africa, Latin America and South East Asia.

What we offer

Partnerships for Forests provides a combination of grants and technical assistance to help selected partnerships move towards commercial scale up. This funding will be provided based on an agreed set of outputs as well as an agreed time period for delivery. If partnerships succeed in delivering these outputs, or if Partnerships for Forests judges the partnership suitable for further support, the project partners may apply for further funding to reach the next stage of maturity.

Technical assistance will primarily be provided by the implementing partners, Palladium and Systemiq. Partnerships can use grant funding to procure additional technical assistance.

Grants can be used to support a wide range of activities. However expenditure must always be related to advancing a partnership towards the next stage of commercial maturity.

Grants provided will normally range from GBP 10,000 to GBP 1 million for Forest Partnerships. Applicants should provide matched funding of at least 25%.

For further information on how grant funding can be used, our expectations regarding due diligence and other grants guidance, please visit our Resources Page.

Examples for an early stage partnership

Technical assistance for early stage partnerships could include advising on the business case, improving the financial model, supporting organisational design, providing access to data on commodities and identifying and mitigating risks.

Grants for early stage partnerships could include support for setting up organisatons and capacity building, introducing high standards for community consultation or social and environmental impact assessments, and external advisors to facilitate deals between partners.

Examples for a later stage partnership

Technical assistance for later stage partnerships could include advising on strategy, developing the business case for commercial scale-up and making introductions to potential investors.

Grants for partnerships that have already piloted could include grants for expert advice and problem solving teams in order to achieve commercial scale-up, identifying new locations for growth, new monitoring and reporting tools, and new approaches to the management of social and environmental impact.


The following types of organisations can submit a proposal:

  • Private-sector company
  • Co-operative/trade association
  • Civil society or community-based organisation
  • Non-governmental organisation
  • Research institute

Source: Partnership for Forests


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🌳 Amazonia forever 🌳 ❤️❤️❤️ 🌳 Amazonia por siempre 🌳 ❤️❤️❤️

For years, Antonio Vicente begged his neighbors to listen to his warning. The water in Pouso do Rochedo, Brazil, was going to disappear and, with it, so would the life in this piece of the rainforest. And he was right. But now, after dedicating the last 40 years to reforesting his land, the water is coming back…and it is all thanks to him.





The Great Green Wall is an African-led movement with an epic ambition to grow an 8,000 km natural wonder of the world across the entire width of Africa.

A decade in and roughly 15% underway, the initiative is already bringing life back to Africa’s degraded landscapes at an unprecedented scale, providing food security, jobs and a reason to stay for the millions who live along its path.

The Wall promises to be a compelling solution to the many urgent threats not only facing the African Continent, but the global community as a whole – notably climate change, drought, famine, conflict and migration.

Once complete, the Great Green Wall will be the largest living structure on the planet, 3 times the size of the Great Barrier Reef.

For more information about The Great Green Wall Initiative, go to:

The Great Green Wall




The science is clear. Climate change is real. Climate change is happening now. Climate change requires immediate and ambitious action to prevent the worst effects it can have on people and wildlife all over the world.

We know that the planet has warmed by an average of nearly 1°C in the past century. If we are to prevent the worst effects of climate change, there is global agreement that temperature rises need to be kept well below 2°C from the pre-industrial era, with an ambition to keep it below 1.5°C. Currently, however, assessments suggest that we are currently on course for temperature rises of up to as much as 4°C or higher.

For more information about: Climate Change and Global Warming



¿QUE PUEDO DECIR? ,hermosa imagen de lo que debemos hacer con la MADRE TIERRA, protegerla.



Save the Planet Earth! Innovations & Future Technology



The OCEARCH an collaborative, inclusive and open-sourced project to geared to helping scientists collect previously unattainable data on animal movements from deep in the world’s oceans.
Track sharks, whales, turtles, seals, dolphins, alligators


¡Muchas gracias a todos y respeto!



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