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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.
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For Climate Solutions
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
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
Stay Informed and Inspired
Through the diverse voices and perspectives of One Earth’s global network of contributors, we’ve built an extensive library of stories that celebrate our Earth’s heroes, demystify climate science, uplift innovative solutions, and honor the beauty of our shared planet.
A groundbreaking new global initiative for ecological connectivity launches at UN wildlife meeting
Launched at the UN wildlife meeting in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, the Global Partnership on Ecological Connectivity (GPEC) aims to protect, connect, and enhance habitats critical for migratory species, marking a pivotal moment in international conservation efforts.
How hippopotamus shape African waterways with their immense size and force
Explore the unique adaptations, social behaviors, and conservation efforts surrounding the hippopotamus in Africa's diverse ecosystems.
Five women scientists working to save the world
Discover the transformative work of five scientists around the world in their fight against climate change, highlighting their unique approaches and the impact of women's leadership.
Protecting America's old-growth forests: A call for immediate action
Over 400 scientists and environmental groups, including One Earth, are urging President Biden to enact a moratorium on logging in mature and old-growth forests.
The snowy albatross: Masters of the Southern Ocean skies
With the largest known wingspan of any living bird, the snowy albatross is a skilled hunter, helping to keep balance in its marine ecosystem.
Nominate innovators for the 15th Equator Prize championing Nature for Climate Action
The Equator Prize will recognize and celebrate initiatives led by Indigenous Peoples and local communities that offer impactful climate solutions, restore and sustainably manage nature and biodiversity, and advocate for actions promoting a green and circular economy.
How Dr. Augustin K. Basabose is revolutionizing gorilla conservation through community action
Leading an innovative reforestation initiative called the Ape Trees project, Dr. Augustin Basabose is protecting critically endangered Grauer’s gorillas through community-led tree planting in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Why polar bears need sea ice to survive life in the Arctic
How the largest land carnivore’s diet is filled with some of the smallest aquatic organisms, embodying the delicate interconnectedness of life in the North.
African black rhino populations are on the rise due to conservation efforts
The remarkable increase in African black rhino populations, growing by several hundred in the past five years, is a testament to the work of concerted conservation efforts.