Who We Fund
- $8M+Awarded in Grants
- 145Projects Supported
- 41Countries Impacted
One Earth provides direct grants to nonprofit organizations in three programmatic areas: On-the-ground Projects, Science & Policy, and Media & Advocacy. On-the-ground Projects are place-based initiatives led by grassroots organizations, local communities, and NGOs working directly in the field to implement solutions to the climate crisis — from renewable energy access, to nature conservation, to regenerative agriculture. The Science & Policy program supports the development and publication of peer-reviewed literature and white papers to advance strategic climate action, regionally and globally. The Media & Advocacy program supports key public advocacy campaigns and communications efforts to inspire individuals and communities to take action to address the climate crisis.
In addition to our direct grantmaking programs, One Earth is working to support the philanthropic community more broadly by sharing a wide range of impactful projects that are in need of additional financial resources. To this end, we created the Project Marketplace, a first-of-its-kind database showcasing impactful placed-based projects around the globe across all three pillars of climate action — Renewable Energy Access, Nature Conservation & Restoration, and Regenerative Agriculture.
On-the-ground projects are place-based initiatives led by grassroots organizations, local communities, and NGOs working directly in the field to implement solutions to the climate crisis -- from renewable energy access, to nature conservation, to regenerative agriculture.Explore
Media & Advocacy Grants
One Earth believes in the power of media and communications to change the world, turning science into action to solve the twin crises of biodiversity loss and climate change. Our Media & Advocacy program has provided funding and capacity for numerous advocacy campaigns across an array of stakeholders -- from youth-led social media campaigns to technical briefings for policy makers and philanthropists.Explore