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FAQs

According to the UN we have until 2030 to avoid a climate meltdown

Planting a tree in 2021 costs around $1 absorb 53.1 kilos of carbon by 2030

You can protect 400 square metres of rainforest for less money, which will absorb 3900 kilos of carbon (3.9 Metric Tonnes) of carbon in the same period

One Tribe works by connecting websites with rainforest protection charities through our platform.  The rainforest charities we work with then fund on-the-ground projects to save endangered rainforest.  Our rainforest protection partners use 3 key strategies to protect rainforest:

Land Titling
Indigenous people often live on land their ancestral land but have no legal rights to it.  This leaves the land at risk from logging, mining, oil and gas extraction and agriculture.  Creating land titles for indigenous people in these areas gives them the legal rights to live on their land, so that they can continue living there in a sustainable way, and protecting them, and the plants and animals there from these threats.

Designation
Our partners also protect rainforest through the creation of National Parks or other officially recognised protection areas.  Scientific research data is used to demonstrate the value of an area based on the plants and animals that live there, particularly when those animals are endangered.  It is a tried and tested method to protect large areas of rainforest and the species that live there.

Purchase
This is by far the most expensive way to protect rainforest and so is used generally for smaller areas of rainforest that have critically endangered species that would go extinct if the land was not purchased and protected.  Once the land is purchased the land is monitored and managed to ensure its protection long term. 

If you want to find out more about the project we support then you can click here: Rainforest Projects

Protecting rainforest protects the animals within it, but also crucially the trees.  Scientific research has calculated how many trees there are in an acre of rainforest and from there we have worked out that there are 1,012 medium and large trees in an acre. 

This means that 100 square metres (which you could protect with your online purchase) contain 5 trees on average.

Every month One Tribe makes payments to the projects we support via Rainforest Trust UK.  These funds are then distributed by Rainforest Trust to the relevant projects to get the money to the on-the-ground activities as quickly as possible.

The methods used – land purchase, designation and land titling – all protect rainforest on a permanent basis.

Our partners the Rainforest Trust just launched a survey of all the rainforest across the projects they have funded to date, and they found that 92% of the project areas have had less than 5% deforestation since their creation.  Many of the projects go all the way back to 1988!