Climate contributions focused on crediblity and effectiveness.
1,608,000
lbs of CO2 have been removed from the atmosphere by Oco Crew members.
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Our Contribution Approach
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We fund the most substantive solutions based on research by leading climate experts.
Our main guide to solution research is Project Drawdown, an amazing organization that has worked with hundreds of experts to create a comprehensive plan of existing climate solutions. Learn more
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We fund projects certified by top international environmental standards.
Top international standards like Verified Carbon Standard, Verra and Gold Standard ensure measurement of CO2 emissions from the carbon cycle and impactful outcomes from projects. We only fund projects that meet these top international standards.
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We fund the most cost-effective projects.
Right now, Oco Crew members remove CO2 from the atmosphere for $8.90 per ton of CO2 reduced from the atmosphere. We do this by seeking out the most transparent and innovative organizations working in the climate space.
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We have transparent finances and encourage ongoing community feedback.
Oco Crew has open financials meaning we offer a spreadsheet showing how our money is used every month. We encourage all supporters to provide feedback on the projects we fund and anyone who wants to can apply to join the Oco Crew Fund Committee. Only 5% of donations go towards operating costs thanks to automated processes and awesome voluntary support. See our open financials
Oco Crew Supported Projects
Climate project imagery - ranging from waterfalls in the Amazon rainforest to farms in the the heart of the US

Preserving the Amazon Rainforest

One of the most important things we can do to help stop climate change is to protect the forests we already have. As of 2021, the Amazon Rainforest now creates more CO2 than it absorbs for the first time in history. We fund a project protecting the Amazon rainforest from illegal logging.
Climate project imagery - ranging from waterfalls in the Amazon rainforest to farms in the the heart of the US

Protecting Guatemala's Conservation Coast

The Conservation Coast in the Izabel Region is one of the top three most deforested areas in Guatemala. This Project is designed to solve the main drivers of deforestation in the area and to improve the lives of more than 3,000 local families.
Climate project imagery - ranging from waterfalls in the Amazon rainforest to farms in the the heart of the US

Carbon Storage in Farm Soil

Currently, many farmers in the United States are using agricultural practices that harm soil, release carbon into the atmosphere, and hurt food production. This project focuses on education and policy changes to improve soil carbon storage in the US agriculture system.

Climate Innovation Research

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