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We can solve the climate crisis and limit global temperature rise to 1.5°C by transitioning to 100% renewables, protecting & restoring our lands and seas, and shifting to regenerative agriculture. Our optimism is fueled by groundbreaking science, the game-changing potential of climate philanthropy, and the power of community-led action. One Earth is engaging philanthropists at all levels to join the fight for our future.LEARN MORE
One Earth Project Marketplace
People in communities around the world are driving the change we need now — installing renewables, protecting nature, and transforming how our food is grown. To solve the climate crisis and build a vibrant future for all, we need to scale and connect philanthropic capital to on-the-ground climate solutions. Explore our global project marketplace and help power change from the ground up.Explore Projects
How the Umbanda religion saved part of the Serra do Mar Rainforest
A conservation project for a sacred site leads to successful reforestation and biodiversity recovery in Santo André, Brazil.
Agricultural Hero: Vandana Shiva
Vandana Shiva empowers women and rural communities in India by establishing food sovereignty with local seed banks.
7 must read environmental books to inspire hope for a better future
Looking to get up to speed on the most important environmental issues of our time? Here’s a list of must-read environmental books curated by the One Earth team.
How urban gardens support biodiversity by helping crucial pollinators thrive
Research from the Journal of Applied Ecology provides further evidence that city gardens are a vital food supply for bees, butterflies, and other essential pollinators.
Global Safety Net announced as finalist for Anthem Award
One Earth's Global Safety Net has been named a finalist in the Sustainability, Environment, & Climate - Best Strategy category in the Inaugural Anthem Awards Social Impact Celebration.
Lion-tailed macaques: how bearded monkeys help the rainforest bloom
Known for their silver-white manes, lion-tailed macaques help keep India’s coastal forests flourishing with their diet of fruits and seeds.
Markhors: magnificent corkscrew horned goats living high in the Himalayas
With massive spiral horns that resemble a perfect corkscrew, standing as high as six feet, weighing up to 240 pounds, and with an epic beard extending from jaw to underbelly, the markhor is what makes awe-inspiring fairytale goats now make sense.
Snow leopards: stealth apex predators known as ‘ghosts of the mountains’
Living in some of the harshest conditions on Earth, snow leopards help the largest freshwater reservoirs of the planet thrive.
Daughters for Earth
Daughters for Earth is a new campaign powered by One Earth that aims to mobilize all women to actively engage in climate change action by supporting on the ground, women-led efforts around the world to protect and restore the Earth.Join The Campaign
Partner With Us!
One Earth partners with individuals and family offices, companies, and nonprofit organizations to maximize their philanthropic impact on climate change.Become a Partner
One Earth Science
One Earth spearheads and supports scientific research to advance climate solutions. Our Science & Policy program is contributing to the development of a 'blueprint' to achieve the 1.5°C goal -- what needs to happen, where it needs to happen, and by when. Learn more about the groundbreaking One Earth climate model, the Global Safety Net, and other research initiatives that are influencing climate ambition and driving action.Explore The Science
Discover your Bioregion
What if nature could draw a map of the world? Working with scientists around the world, we present a new map of our planet's 185 unique bioregions. The One Earth Navigator locates your bioregion and allows you to discover key species in your area and how you can help your ecosystems thrive.LAUNCH NAVIGATOR