One Earth supports science, innovation, and technology initiatives that advance solutions to the climate crisis. We have provided funding and capacity to over 40 scientists and academic institutions focusing on energy transition, ecosystem conservation, and regenerative agriculture.
Global Safety Net Interactive App
The first global-scale analysis of land areas requiring protection to solve the twin crises of biodiversity loss and climate change.
University of Technology Sydney: 1.5ºC Climate Model
The 1.5ºC Climate Model offers a roadmap on how to stay below the threshold of 1.5ºC in global temperature rise, addressing the climate crisis through three pillars of action.
Digital Democracy: Indigenous-led Mapping and Monitoring Tools
Digital Democracy is launching Mapeo, a cutting-edge participatory mapping platform that helps indigenous communities protect their ancestral territories from illegal mining, environmental degradation, and other activities that threaten their way of life.
World Future Council: Achieving 100% RE in Costa Rica
The goal of this one-year project is to provide complementary support to the national efforts towards decarbonization and a sustainable and low emissions energy system, with a focus on renewable energy.
F20: Achieving the Paris Climate Goals in the COVID-19 era
Executive Briefing of One Earth's breakthrough climate model, which shows how the world can stay below the dangerous threshold of 1.5°C in global temperature rise. Ten global regions each have a unique role to play in achieving net zero emissions by 2040.
Cascadia Partner Forum: Regional Spatial Tool
Living on Google Earth, this open platform tool will help guide, coordinate, and dynamically monitor conservation efforts to help conserve biodiversity and healthy ecosystems in a rapidly changing world.
Woods Hole Research Center: 3-D Carbon Mapping of the World's Forests
The Woods Hole Carbon Monitoring System is an innovative, satellite-based tool developed by scientists at the Woods Hole Research Center, that is poised to transform how the world measures and tracks changes in forest carbon.
RESOLVE: Trailguard Ground Sensors for Advanced Conservation Monitoring
Announcing the release of a new potentially game-changing technology, TrailGuard AI. Built in collaboration with RESOLVE and Intel, TrailGuard AI takes advantage of advances in artificial intelligence to stop poachers before they kill.
Global Canopy Programme: TRASE, a Big Data Dashboard for Supply Chain Tracking
Trase is an open-access online platform that revolutionises supply chain transparency for key globally traded commodities.
Climate Central: Mapping Global Threats from Sea Level Rise
Climate Central has developed a new digital elevation model, CoastalDEM, by using machine learning to correct errors in SRTM data, reducing the average global elevation error to about ten centimeters (four inches) or less.
Center for Global Discovery: Spectranomic Mapping of Biodiversity
Mapping forest biodiversity using a technique called airborne laser-guided imaging spectroscopy (LGIS) derived from the Carnegie Airborne Observatory Platform.
Climate Link: A Database of Citations
A database of citations from scientific papers, white paper or other publications related to climate change, conservation, and other Sustainable Development Goals.
Dynamic Modeling of Ecosystem Based Pathways for 1.5C
This project will quantify the potential CO2 removal and evaluate other ecosystem benefits of the land-use scenarios from the One Earth model with improved spatial resolution, using the JULES dynamic global vegetation model and climate model output from a range of low-climate change scenarios.
Global Security Initiative: Predictive Science for Conservation Planning
Global Security Initiative (GSI) recently developed a data visualization tool that will help philanthropists, governments, and NGOs better prioritize conservation efforts around the world and envision plans for a world with 50% of its landscapes and seascapes protected.
IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas Task Force
The IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA) Task Force on ‘Other Effective Area-based Conservation Measures’ (OECMs) will undertake an assessment to map ‘potential OECMs’. The findings will be used to inform the last two years of the CBD’s current Strategic Plan (2011-2020) as well as to inform the development of the post-2020 Biodiversity Framework.