Together, we can solve the climate crisis.
Our optimism is fueled by groundbreaking science, the power of community-led action, and the game-changing potential of climate philanthropy across One Earth's three pillars of action.
We help donors and changemakers scale their collective impact.
It’s time to radically increase climate philanthropy. Less than 2% of all charitable giving goes to nonprofits working to solve the twin crises of biodiversity loss and climate change. One Earth is working with an array of partners to triple the volume of giving, driving dollars to critically underfunded projects on every continent. Through our Project Marketplace, individuals and companies can directly support vetted climate solutions, helping to create a world where all people and nature thrive together.
Our unique approach: Philanthro-activism
We believe that everyone, everywhere, can be a climate philanthropist. Whether you are a volunteer, a small-dollar donor, or a major benefactor, we all have a pivotal role to play in pushing for solutions that can be implemented today, supporting individuals and communities working to solve the climate crisis. Through One Earth’s three programs—Science, Philanthropy, and Media—we directly support the climate heroes who drive change where it’s needed most.
We've partnered with 170 organizations all across the globe to advance climate solutions.
Over 3.5 million individuals have called on world leaders to protect 50% of Earth's lands and oceans.
We've supported 188 projects and programs.
The projects and programs that we've supported have had a direct impact in 41 countries around the world.
Over $9M provided by the One Earth Community to support climate solutions.
For Climate Solutions
We've supported the publication of 28 scientific papers and reports.
Collective action is at the heart of everything we do. One Earth partners with cutting-edge scientists, climate philanthropists, and community leaders worldwide to form collaborative, groundbreaking initiatives that boldly move the needle on climate action.
Global Safety Net
The Global Safety Net (GSN) is the first global-scale analysis of land areas requiring protection to solve the twin crises of biodiversity loss and climate change, upholding and strengthening Indigenous land rights.Explore the GSN
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 action by supporting on-the-ground, women-led efforts around the world to protect and restore the Earth.Join The Daughterhood
Climate Finance Tracker
The Climate Finance Tracker (CFT) is the largest searchable, open-source visual database of how climate funding flows to organizations and companies on the ground, supporting better funder collaboration to achieve the Paris Climate Agreement goals.Explore the Data
Global Deal for Nature
Join with hundreds of organizations and Indigenous groups and sign the petition calling on world leaders to support a Global Deal for Nature that protects and restores half of the Earth’s lands and oceans.Sign the Petition
Restoring our Common Home: Stockholm Declaration
The Declaration for Stockholm+50 sets forth a four-step pathway towards the critical paradigm shift we need to ensure effective planetary governance.Sign The Declaration
A Vision for Collective Action with Justin Winters of One Earth
One Earth's Co-founder and Executive Director, Justin Winters, joins Matthew Monahan on The Regeneration Will Be Funded Postcast to discuss how One Earth is working to solve the twin crises of climate change and biodiversity loss.
An Ecological Civilization is the renaissance we’ve been waiting for
From the heights of the Industrial Revolution to the brink of ecological peril, humanity now faces a new Renaissance: the rise of an Ecological Civilization.
Why is inorganic fertilizer so bad for the climate?
Inorganic fertilizers reduce soil carbon and increase harmful nitrous oxide emissions, but proper management can rejuvenate soils.
One Earth G20 models: a “fair share” roadmap for socially just climate transitions at the national level
A perfectly fair distribution of the remaining carbon budget is no longer possible, but that shouldn’t stop the G20 nations from adopting realistic pathways to net zero that are as fair as possible.
African baobab tree: how one plant creates an entire habitat
Known as the ‘Tree of Life,’ the African baobab lives for centuries and supports entire communities and ecosystems in the savanna.
Daughters for Earth announces $1M to support 43 women-powered climate solutions
Daughters for Earth announces $1 million in grants to support 43 women-led climate solutions and invites other women to join through the launch of the Hummingbird Effect Campaign.
Why smallholder farmers are key to scaling regenerative agriculture: 10 case studies
More than 15 million small farmers are already benefiting and even thriving from adopting the climate-beneficial practices of regenerative agriculture. As these diverse cases illustrate, its techniques spread spontaneously among farmers as they become empowered by success.
Aldabra giant tortoises: How conservation saved one of Earth’s longest-living creatures
Discover the inspiring journey of how habitat preservation efforts in the Seychelles protected the world's largest wild Aldabra giant tortoise population from extinction.