The target regions of this project cover highly biodiverse tropical forest ecosystems. The project aims to support the transition to low-emission rural development (LED-R) by helping to harmonize domestic policies and sustainable supply chain initiatives at jurisdictional level in Brazil (Pará, Mato Grosso and Acre States), Indonesia (Central Kalimantan and West Papua provinces), Peru (combined 5 states in the Governors’ Climate and Forest Task Force, and Pachitea watershed), Mexico (Chiapas state), Colombia (Caquetá and Guaviare municipalities) and Kenya (Mao Forest watershed). It is implemented by Earth Innovation Institute (EII) together with local NGOs of the Sustainable Tropics Alliance. The project will work on broadly-shared territory-wide performance milestones, integrated incentive systems to help achieve those milestones, and monitoring systems to track progress, supported by a regional action plan and governance structure involving national and subnational governments, agribusiness, smallholders, Indigenous groups and civil society. The project’s approach will provide important co-benefits for biodiversity.