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.
Empowering Women to Protect South Asia's Vulnerable Rivers
International Rivers, in partnership with Women's Earth Alliance, have launched the Women and Rivers Accelerator to address gender equity and empower local women to conserve the vulnerable rivers of India, Nepal, and Bangladesh.
Renewing Hope for Critically Endangered Hawksbill Sea Turtles in El Salvador
This project supports recovery of critically endangered hawksbill turtles in the eastern Pacific and improves coastal community livelihoods in El Salvador with women-led Salvadoran NGO ProCosta.
Expanding Protections for Iconic Species and Their Habitats in India
This project will expand the Wild Seve program to three adjacent parks in Tamil Nadu and Kerala, helping protect the largest global populations of wild tigers, elephants, leopards, and other iconic species.
Empowering Waorani Youth to Protect Their Ancestral Rainforest Territory
Intercultural education is a key strategy to provide Waorani youth, the future guardians of 230,000 hectares of rainforest, with the knowledge and cultural values critical for the long-term protection of Waorani forests.
Creating Climate-Resilient Food Systems for Indigenous Mothers in Kenya
Support for this project will train 200 local women in regenerative agricultural practices, restore 100 acres of land and plant over 150,000 native trees and 100,000 mangroves.
Empowering Rural Cambodian Women Through Sustainable Victory Gardens
Thanks to their home victory gardens, 10,000 people in 2,200 Cambodian rural households will benefit from increased food access, improved nutrition, significant income, and reduced debt.
Restoring Degraded Lands in Kenya Through Reforestation and Gender Equity
This project will reforest 5,466 hectares of land while supplying food to local communities, bolstering their economies, and sequestering 4,796 tonnes of carbon.
Securing Upemba National Park in the DR-Congo for Future Generations
This project aims to strengthen both the human and wildlife populations affiliated with Upemba National Park.
Protecting the Black Rhino by Empowering Women Rangers in Kenya
This project's primary objectives include empowering at least ten local women as rangers, securing 20,000 acres for black rhino conservation by the end of 2024, and protecting a minimum of 25 rhinos in the sanctuary by 2030.
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 over $8 million in grants.
We've funded 145 projects and programs through our grantmaking.
We've partnered with 164 organizations all across the globe to advance climate solutions.
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.
Over 3.5 million individuals have signed our Global Deal for Nature petition urging world leaders to protect 50% of Earth's lands and oceans.
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
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
Commodity Genome Project
The Commodity 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
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
How sea otters fight climate change by guarding kelp forests
By helping underwater kelp forests thrive, sea otters can help sequester an estimated $400 million worth of carbon annually.
Philanthro-activism for the Planet: One Earth’s Justin Winters on the Lead With We podcast
One Earth’s Co-founder and Executive Director, Justin Winters, joined Simon Mainwaring on the Lead with We podcast to discuss collective action, philanthro-activism, and the role of Nature in solving the climate crisis. Listen now!
Protecting cultural and biological diversity is central to solving climate change
The solution to tackle the climate crisis is, at its core, intersectional. By protecting cultural diversity, we protect biodiversity. The only way to thrive is together.
Five projects leading the way to save endangered species
Combining scientific research with community action, these five projects are leading the way in protecting some of Earth’s most magnificent wildlife.
A mother’s love is crucial for survival in nature
Contrary to prior belief, humans may not be the sole storytellers in the animal kingdom. Mothers across numerous species possess more similarities than we once assumed, especially in terms of cultural education.
Why sharks are essential for healthy oceans
Sharks serve as a keystone species, playing a critical role in sustaining the health of our oceans.
A ray of hope in shark management
Collaborative effort leads to historic commitment that will drive sustainable shark fishery management.
No Mow May: A movement to help save essential pollinators
There is a simple way to help save essential pollinators like bees, butterflies, and moths this spring: do nothing.
Climate Hero: Constantino Aucca Chutas
Reviving Indigenous practices, Constantino Aucca Chutas is restoring Andean forests and water security for communities in Peru.
Al Mubarak welcomes Indigenous leaders as partners at COP28
The Twenty-Second Session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues took place during the last two weeks of April 2023 in New York City, with various side events centered around the theme 'Indigenous Peoples, Human Health, Planetary and Territorial Health, and Climate Change: A Rights-Based Approach.'