dare and One Tribe are working together to protect rainforest with every purchase you make. Now when you purchase from dare you automatically save trees in the rainforest and help improve the carbon footprint of your purchase.
dare is participating in the United Nations Framework for Climate Change to adopt the UN Sustainability Goals. Working together as one tribe to help fight climate change together.
United Nations Sustainability Goals
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Climate Action Stats
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02.1 - HOW IT WORKS
How it Works
When you buy from dare you automatically save rainforest. This helps fight the climate crisis by reducing Co2 in our atmosphere and instantly improving the carbon footprint of your purchase.
One Tribe connects dare and their customers to rainforest protection projects and tracks the climate impact in real-time.
1. You Purchase
When your purchase from dare, they make a donation on your behalf.
2. We Protect
All donations are certified by One Tribe and transferred to the conservation partners.
3. We All Reduce Co2
Funds are allocated to rainforest projects that help reduce and store Co2 from our atmosphere.
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Rainforests are the lungs of our planet, the natural solution to climate change that remove and store CO2 from our atmosphere. Your purchase has now directly helped protect them.
How does One Tribe protect rainforest?
One Tribe connects dare directly to rainforest protection charities through the platform so every sale can directly donate and protect rainforests and the indigenous tribes and biodiversity that call them home. The rainforest charities then fund on-the-ground projects to save and continually protect the land.
How are the funds distributed?
Every month One Tribe collects payments from dare who are protecting rainforests with their business and customers. One Tribe then makes payments to the projects via our conservation partners.
These funds are distributed to the relevant conservation teams to continue the protection of threatened rainforests.