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.
Developing a New Regenerative School and Community Farm in Southwest Chicago
The first Midwest facility meeting the Living Building Challenge, producing their own food, achieving energy and water net-positivity, and establishing precedent for educational, environmental, and wellness standards.
Enhancing Care and Rehabilitation for Endangered Sea Turtles in Cape Cod
Support for this project will help expand the sea turtle rehabilitation capacity at the National Marine Life Center (NMLC), led by conservationist Connie Merigo.
Empowering Indigenous Women by Regenerating the Lands of Western Maharashtra
This project empowers local women to develop regenerative farming skills that will help revitalize their lands and improve their livelihoods.
Restoring Ecosystems at the Frontlines of the Climate Crisis through Women-led Climate Coalitions
This project will create a women-led coalition on the frontlines of climate change to restore mangrove forests in Brazil.
Empowering Women to Protect Ocean Ecosystems in Mozambique
This project will train women to swim and dive and certify them as swimming instructors, lifeguards, and scuba divers.
Revitalizing Madagascar Baobab Forests to a Thriving Ecosystem
Under the direction of two women Malagasy conservation biologists, this project will restore 60 hectares of baobab forest.
Defending the Amazon by Empowering Indigenous Women Leadership in Ecuador
Mujeres Amazónicas will establish the Casa de Mujeres in the Ecuadorian Amazon, ensuring Indigenous women's sovereignty, defense of rights and territory, and freedom from extractive and gender-based violence.
Revitalizing Wetlands for Endangered Hammerhead Sharks in Costa Rica
This project will restore five hectares of the mangrove ecosystem used as a nursery by the scalloped hammerhead shark.
Restoring the Serengeti-Mara Ecosystem and its Wildlife Through Indigenous-led Conservation
This project will protect 8,500 acres of Indigenous community lands and expand from protecting One Great Migration corridor to four. It will allow 420 Maasai landowners and an expanded population of 15,000 extended family members to stay on their land and preserve their legal, cultural, and environmental rights while directly benefiting from the wealth generated by the Conservancy’s protection.
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 have awarded $7.8 million in grants in total.
Awarded in Grants
Over 3.2 million individuals have signed our Global Deal for Nature petition urging world leaders to protect 50% of Earth's lands and oceans.
We've partnered with 153 organizations all across the globe to advance climate solutions.
We've funded 145 projects and programs through our grantmaking.
The projects and programs that we've supported have had a direct impact in 41 countries around the world.
We've supported the publication of 29 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.
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 Campaign
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
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
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
Community Genome Project
The Community Genome Project (CGP) goal is to accelerate the proliferation of sustainable commodity standards by 2030 by creating a common language for describing the comprehensive data profile for any given unit of commodity production.Discover the CGP
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
How do mangroves provide coastal resilience in the Global South?
Five journalists joined efforts in a cross-border research project, supported by the Earth Journalism Network, to report on the state of mangroves and coastal resilience in Latin America, Africa, and Asia.
"No Miracles Needed: How Today's Technology Can Save Our Climate and Clean Our Air" by Mark Z. Jacobson
In his new book, Mark Z. Jacobson debunks the notion that we need "miracle technologies" to solve the climate crisis and argues that the technology we need to transition to a clean, cheap, and rational energy system is already commercially available.
Chilean huemul: the Patagonian deer and lover of freezing weather
An essential seed disperser, the Chilean huemul renews life in the Andean mountains, feeding on over 145 flowering plant species.
Rewilding the mighty European bison with the help of local communities
As a keystone species, European bison play an essential role in ecosystems stretching from Germany all the way to Russia.
Don't Forget Your Boots | Justin Winters of One Earth
In this episode of the Don't Forget Your Boots podcast, One Earth's Executive Director, Justin Winters, discusses the biggest levers available to solve the climate crisis and why we should all feel positive about our climate goals.
Meet the newest women-powered projects supported by Daughters for Earth
Over $600,000 in new grants will support women-led and operated initiatives in 17 countries on the frontlines of climate action; total 2022 giving now at $1.2M to over 50 projects.
In Montreal, the world’s governments agree to a sweeping agreement to protect, conserve, and restore nature
Following a year’s worth of tough negotiations and a tenuous few weeks in Montreal, the UN Convention on Biological Diversity has agreed upon a deal to implement a new Global Biodiversity Framework to stop the ongoing loss of terrestrial and marine biodiversity.