Foundation president, Harvey Fineberg, and chairman emeritus and co-founder, Gordon Moore, discuss the Statement of Founders’ Intent with staff.
Moore Foundation Headquarters 1661 Page Mill Road, Palo Alto, CA 94304
To develop mechanisms to mitigate and compensate affected stakeholders from infrastructure project impacts in the Madidi (Bolivia) and Yasuni-Pastaza Mosaics (Ecuador).
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Wildlife Conservation Society
Conserving Critical Wetlands of the Amazon (Bolivia and Brazil)
High Ambition Fund for Nature Protection
One Planet, One Health, One Future
Peru Debt-for-Nature Swap
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Conservation of the Greater Madidi Legacy Landscape
Landscape-scale and Collaborative Conservation in the Amazon Wetland Llanos de Moxos, Bolivia
National Infrastructure Planning in Peru
Improving Capacity to Analyze Fire Events on the Agricultural Frontier, Bolivia
An Enduring Regional Conservation System in Loreto, Peru
Conservation of High Biodiversity Mosaics in Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador
Understanding Amazon Freshwater Ecosystems through Science and Collaboration at Scale
International Conservation Partnership Building U.S. Support for Global Conservation
Herencia Colombia: Financing Colombia’s Protected Areas
Improving Infrastructure Designs for Conservation in the Peruvian and Bolivian Amazon
Consolidating the Lower Rio Negro Mosaic: Ensuring the Sustainability of Management Programs
Consolidation of Andes Amazon Mosaics
Indigenous Voices in Conservation: Diffusing Lessons from the Amazon-Andes to All Intact Forests
Technology-enabled Participatory Monitoring of the Amazon Basin
Developing Standards for Cruise Tourism Vessels Voyaging in Northern U.S. Arctic Waters
Network of Participatory Science Along the Amazon River
Protected Area Threat Mitigation in Bolivia and Ecuador
Advancing Ocean Planning in the Busy Waters of the Mid-Atlantic
Creating positive outcomes for future generations.