The One Earth Project Marketplace
On-the-ground climate solutions are key to solving the climate crisis, but they’re critically underfunded. The One Earth Project Marketplace is a first-of-its-kind online database of vetted projects currently seeking funding, contributed by a global network of partners across three pillars of action — renewable energy, ecosystem conservation, and regenerative agriculture. Learn more
Climate Solutions and Conservation Wins
The solutions to the climate crisis already exist, and there are millions of changemakers, everyday heroes, and community organizations all around the world working to protect and preserve our shared planet Earth. Let's celebrate these wins!
Together we can Solve the Climate Crisis
The solution to tackle the climate crisis is, at its core, intersectional. By protecting cultural diversity and upholding the land rights of Indigenous communities, we protect biodiversity. The only way to thrive is together. Learn more
One Earth Curriculum
The One Earth video program is meant to inspire and educate. Our curriculum videos break down climate science so that it's easier to digest and provide clear and easy-to-understand explanations of climate-related topics.
Wild Carbon: How Wildlife Helps Fight Climate Change
Did you know that animals play a key role in stabilizing our global climate system? Keystone species support the intricate web of life, keeping ecosystems like forests, grasslands, and oceans intact and healthy. Intact ecosystems, in turn, sequester as much as half of our carbon pollution every year. Rewilding degraded landscapes, restoring keystone species, and conserving critical ecosystems are all essential to addressing the climate crisis.
Exploring Earth's Biodiversity
Take a deep dive to learn more about some of the fascinating and incredible species that make up the biodiversity of our shared Earth.
Regenerative Agriculture: Shifting to Net Zero Food and Fiber Systems
We grow enough food to feed ten billion people, but our current agricultural system is broken. At least 30% of yields are wasted, and one-third of cropland land is now used for livestock feed. Shifting to regenerative, carbon-negative practices could reduce climate impacts and improve global food security. Learn more
Meet the Equator Prize Winners
Presenting the 2020 winners of the Equator Prize. Each of the ten winners represents outstanding community and Indigenous initiatives that are advancing nature-based solutions for local, sustainable development. Learn more