September 15, 2023
NGOs, companies and cooperatives are invited to submit proposals for up to $100,000. The top proposals will be shared with a group of over 30 donors. The submission deadline is October 15, 2023.
November 28, 2022
A coalition of dozens of leaders, from indigenous nations and nonprofits to governments and entrepreneurs, kick-off as a global call to action for the future sustainability and prosperity of the Amazon region and its people. The 2nd annual Amazonia Rising Summit starts today, online, uniting investors, philanthropists, corporate buyers and allies to increase and improve investments in forest-friendly economies and the rule of law. Over the next two weeks, 40+ sessions with over two hundred speakers will offer small group dialogues and plenary presentations to orient public and private capital stakeholders on navigating the ins and outs of forest-friendly Amazon investing. The program will cover carbon markets, agroforestry, blended finance models, community benefit-sharing, indigenous sovereignty, decolonizing capital, biodiversity credits, land rights, impact measurement, biocultural protections, and much more.
November 17, 2022
Vital Global Summit Set to Convene Philanthropists, Investors, Companies and Partners to Flip the Economic Script on Amazon Deforestation: Amazonia Rising 2nd Global Summit on Investing in the Amazon.
The 2nd annual Amazonia Rising Summit will convene online from November 28 to December 9, 2022, and will unite investors, philanthropists, corporate buyers and allies to increase and improve investments in forest-friendly economies and the rule of law. The Summit is assembled through a coalition of dozens of leaders, from indigenous nations and nonprofits to governments and entrepreneurs, as a global call to action for the future sustainability and prosperity of the Amazon region and its people.
November 8, 2022
At the Conference of the Parties (COP 27) in Egypt, the Amazon Investor Coalition and partners are presenting on Sustainable Business in the Amazon: catalyzing ecosystem regeneration and climate stability through forest-friendly economic development.
September 15, 2022
A partnership of IMPAQTO, Latimpacto, and the Amazon Investor Coalition has launched a multi-pronged initiative to unite philanthropy, investment, and corporate procurement to catalyze new economics for ecosystem regeneration, decarbonization, and conservation.
June 23, 2022
More than 400 leading young philanthropists, impact investors and social innovators from across the globe, will gather in New York City June 23 – 25th, for the 10th Anniversary NEXUS Global Summit with a simple goal: to unite a generation in order to accelerate solutions to the world’s greatest challenges.
June 20, 2022
The initiative is from Plataforma Parceiros pela Amazônia (PPA), a collective action led by the private sector that promotes sustainable development solutions, in partnership with the Amazon Investor Coalition (AIC), a platform for integration between actors in the ecosystem, CERTI Foundation, organizer of the Journey Initiative Amazônia, and Quintessa, a pioneer accelerator and reference in impact businesses.
June 15, 2022
Innovative businesses that sustainably use products from Amazonian biodiversity, or with the potential to generate competitiveness for sustainable chains, can now be part of a Global Hub of Amazon Startups. The partnership between Fundação CERTI and the Amazon Investor Coalition is an opportunity to catalyze the ecosystem of innovation and entrepreneurship in the Amazon, connected to a powerful global network of investors, companies, industries and mentors.
April 21, 2022
Intercontinental public-private partnership formed between Amazon Investor Coalition, CERTI Foundation, Earth Innovation Institute, NEXUS and Partnerships for Forests to catalyze new forms of blended capital and rainforest entrepreneurship that generate value from preserved biodiversity and carbon stocks to outcompete deforestation.
May 24, 2021
On May 24-28, 2021, over 600 investors, philanthropists, governments, celebrities, companies, NGOs, indigenous groups and allies convened online to advance forest-friendly economic development and the rule-of-law across the Amazon region of South America. Over 5 days, with 200 speakers in 45 sessions, we worked in partnership with local communities to design systems of conservation finance that sustain people and forests.
September 15, 2020
Convened by the United Nations 75 Global Governance Forum, a group of organizations and companies have come together to create the Amazon Investor Coalition to help ensure that the forest is worth more alive and standing than cut and burned. The group believes that there are many opportunities for forest-friendly economic development in the region, and, that by designing the right financial products that reflect such wisdom they can change the game.