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Save forests to save the future

Forests are a crucial solution to the twin crises of climate change
and biodiversity loss. But they also play an important social and
economic role around the world.

Forest restoration is vital for the future in tandem with the necessary fight against deforestation. 
Participating in a high-quality forest ecosystem restoration project is a concrete action that addresses all of these issues.

Help restore forest ecosystems

The forest ecosystem restoration projects we support are designed to develop social
and economic ecosystem services over the long-term. 

In addition to storing carbon and preserving biodiversity, supported projects generate multiple
social, economic and environmental benefits.

Storing carbon and combating climate change

Protecting and developing biodiversity

Protecting land from natural hazards

Managing water cycles and preventing soil erosion

Producing food and energy resources

Integrating and training local communities

There are various types of reforestation projects available, including restoring damaged or deforested plots, supporting assisted natural regeneration, creating diversified forests and supporting agroforestry and hedgerow projects.


All projects are managed through a collaborative approach with local project leaders collaborative approach with local project holders and these projects are high-quality and people-centred.

Plant trees with a few clicks! 

1. Choose the project you want to support 

2. Tell us the scale of your commitment and see how many trees
will be planted or regenerated


Contribute to global carbon neutrality

Contributing to carbon neutrality involves supporting projects that will help avoid greenhouse gas emissions or capture carbon (i.e. store the carbon in a natural well such as a forest).
These projects also have social and economic benefits for local populations.

To be effective, contributing to carbon neutrality involves following best practices focused on three complementary actions: 

1. Measuring your carbon footprint
2. ​Reducing your footprint as much as possible through targeted actions
3. Making a contribution for any emissions you cannot reduce


Current project: Rimba Raya, Indonesia


Projects verified under international standards

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