Tag Archive for: Carbon & Climate Change

Northeast Wilderness Trust hosts first Learning Circle book group

Northeast Wilderness Trust is launching our first Learning Circle book group in January 2024.

Northeast Wilderness Trust partners with Rare to promote Wild CarbonTM credits

Northeast Wilderness Trust pioneered Wild CarbonTM credits developing its first carbon project in 2013 on the Howland Research Forest and Alder Stream Wilderness Preserve’s in Maine, some of NEWT’s earliest fee acquisition conservation projects.

Wildlands in New England: Webinar

Register for the May 31 webinar to learn about the Wildlands in New England report, the first study of its kind to map and characterize all forever-wild lands in the Northeast.

Celebrating and Continuing the Wildlands Partnership

The Wilderness Trust has opened up a new round of applications for land trusts to propose projects for Wildlands Partnership funding by June 15, 2023. We are excited to begin a new phase of collaborations to build upon this momentum.

Land Trusts Can Enroll in Wildlands Carbon

Northeast Wilderness Trust, SIG Carbon, and the Inlandsis Fund have teamed up to create an exciting new forest carbon aggregation initiative. Land trusts across the northeastern United States are joining forces to protect wildlands and enroll in the voluntary carbon market.

Opinion: New England Forests Can Sustain Our Climate and Biodiversity—If We Work Together

New England forests hold enormous potential to help us avoid the worst of climate change and support rich biodiversity. To reach such potential, partnerships are emerging between organizations long dedicated to forest conservation, but not always on the same page.

New Video: Cornwall Forever-Wild Preserves

Get a birds-eye view of the gorgeous landscape of northwest Connecticut in our latest video featuring the second success of our Wildlands Partnership program.

Three Connecticut Preserves Enroll in Wildlands Partnership

Cornwall Conservation Trust enrolled 375 acres in the Wildlands Partnership—an initiative of Northeast Wilderness Trust that engages local land trusts across the Northeast in wilderness conservation.

Happy World Rewilding Day!

This year’s World Rewilding Day theme is “animate the carbon cycle.” Discover emerging science on how wild animals are crucial to Earth’s ability to soak up carbon.