Wildlife Conservation Society

Wildlife Conservation Society saves wildlife and wild places by understanding critical issues, crafting science-based solutions, and taking conservation actions that benefit both nature and humanity. Working with communities and governments to develop subnational REDD+ projects in 20 landscapes across 12 countries, Wildlife Conservation Society has developed a global expertise in REDD+ project development.

Wildlife Conservation Society and Code REDD partnered on REDD+ Talks: New York, hosted at the WCS global headquarters in the Bronx Zoo. The event brought together over three hundred REDD+ stakeholders to advance public-private synergies for REDD+.

Wildlife Conservation Society’s Makira REDD+ project in Madagascar is also a member of the Code REDD Project Platform. The photo on the left is a sifaka, one of many endangered species protected by the project.