Biodiverse native-species forests are the most effective, safe, and scalable carbon capture systems on Earth.
Forests absorb more than 7 billion tons of CO2 every year. We can exponentially expand this carbon sink.
Only 15% of the world's primary forests are intact today. We're restoring habitat for species in decline.
Every $1 invested in restoration creates $7 to $30 in local economic benefits. And we're just getting started.
—Yishan Wong, Terraformation Founder and CEO
Modular, shippable nursery kits allow you to establish an efficient nursery anywhere.
Weʻve built a modular, solar-powered seed bank and we can ship it to you anywhere in the world.
We support your project from seed to forest.
We help you with site assessment, business planning, and getting the right tech to set your team up for success.
We aid you with seed collection, banking, and nursery management, preparing for planting and scaling so you can grow big.
We provide tools from solar desalination to geolocation apps. Our tech helps your forest thrive.
We help you implement long-term management plans, like agroforestry and carbon credits verification.
We share actionable insights to learn, solve, and expand, breaking down barriers to growth.
Let's talk! Our partnership development team can help you design a native forest restoration project for your site and region.
The cost of solar energy has declined dramatically over the last four years, and that's unlocked restoration opportunities in some of the world's driest climates. We've built the world's largest 100% solar-powered, off-grid desalination plant. We're using the freshwater to restore rare dry tropical forest in the most arid region of Hawaiʻi Island. If you can grow a forest here, you can grow it anywhere.
Deep dives, announcements, press, interviews, and more.
After a 25-year career leveraging technology to solve problems, Dr. Yacin Bahi is using his experience to address the most urgent issue yet: climate change.
Carbon Scientist Dr. Victoria Meyer shows how we can quantify the amount of CO2 sequestered in existing and future forests — and use this data to help solve climate change.