In the Maasai Mara, Centre for Ecosystem Restoration Kenya is bringing back native tree species and revitalizing a wildlife refuge.
Nearly half of national reforestation commitments rely on tree plantations, which can deplete fresh water, pollute soil, and destroy community food security.
In 2022, we worked with 18 projects in 12 countries — helping them overcome hurdles like seed shortages and lack of infrastructure, training, and financing.
Without seeds, we can’t restore our planet’s native ecosystems. We’re calling on COP 15 delegates to emphasize the importance of seeds in the Global Biodiversity Framework.
After a career in banking, Terraformation's Finance Manager Andrea Snavely is helping solve a key bottleneck to forest restoration: funding.
Our partnership with the Centre for Ecosystem Restoration Kenya aims to restore the region's biodiverse forests — including a wildlife refuge that's home to lions, cheetahs, elephants, zebras, and hippos.
High-quality forest carbon projects can play a critical role in fighting climate change. We need to create more of them — with a focus on biodiversity, ecosystem services, and social impact.
Amazon's Now Go Build team visited Terraformation's Hawaiʻi HQ — and showed how we're scaling carbon capture from forests.
My Forest Armenia eventually aims to restore 5,000 hectares of biodiverse forest across the country, with a focus on the Lori region, where deforestation is most acute.
By saving a broad range of seeds from fire-prone ecosystems now, we can help native forests return after wildfires — restoring valuable carbon sinks and decreasing the severity and frequency of future fire events.
In the Ecuadorian Amazon, the Mushullakta tribe is using traditional knowledge to bring back the biodiversity of their rainforest home.
Terraformation has provided Eden with seed banks to accelerate planting of biodiverse forests across Kenya.
Malawi-based Hope Ministries is cultivating disaster resilience and creating economic opportunities.
Emily Grave collaborates with forestry initiatives across the Pacific and North America to accelerate restoration efforts and safeguard biodiversity.
We partnered with Saving Africa's Nature to restore a critical ecosystem for animals and humans alike.
Terraformation leaders joined innovators, climate scientists, and financial experts to discuss natural climate solutions.
Terraformation is providing forestry tools to help the Kilimanjaro Project accelerate restoration efforts in Tanzania.
To have forests tomorrow, we need seeds today. This is where seed banking comes in.
Forest restoration is the most effective, cost-efficient and immediately scalable carbon capture solution to reverse climate change. Now there is a compelling business case for it, too.
The partnership is focused on the restoration of biodiverse forests and seed banking in Tanzania and Ukraine.
Big Island native Lehua Todero has a lifelong connection to Hawaii's native forests. As Terraformation's nursery manager, she's helping to restore them for generations to come.
Terraformation partnered with ReClimate to restore 50 hectares of native forest in northwest Ukraine.
Our new report with Bankers without Boundaries shows how forests and financial innovation can save the planet.
We've partnered with Humans for Abundance to restore one of the most carbon-rich ecosystems on the planet.
This new collaboration will address seed access and species availability, a significant barrier to mass-scale restoration.
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.
Thanks to geospatial applications developed by Daniela Angelova, we can see the forests through the trees (literally).
Our CEO Yishan Wong and Business Development Manager for the Pacific Islands, Brandon Jirō Hayashi, will be featured speakers at the event.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at Terraformation’s Hawaiʻi headquarters, from the seed banks to the nurseries to the solar desalination system.
A year after the project began, our forestry team has now planted more than 6,000 plants across 45 acres.
Learn about the most powerful tools available to preserve and reintroduce threatened species.
Dr. Marian Chau has spent more than a decade working to restore and preserve rare Hawaiian species through seed banking. Now she's helping our partners all over the world do the same.
Zara Huseynova launched her first of many companies when she was a teenager. Now she's using her entrepreneurial experience to help Terraformation's partners grow their projects from the ground up.
Terraformation partners with Worldview Impact to restore 200 acres of lush native forest in Meghalaya, India.
The climate change problem is clear — but the solutions are, too.
We're proud to welcome our newest board member, Olya Irzak, founder and CEO of the climate-tech startup Frost Methane Labs.
Dr. Victoria Meyer spent years developing forest carbon technology for NASA. Her latest mission? Assessing the carbon capture potential of Terraformation projects all over the world.
Today is the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought — here's how the ambitious African-led Great Green Wall Initiative will reverse desertification in the Sahel and beyond.
After nearly a decade of research on the science team at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Dr. Ruth Bone believes restoration begins with listening.
Christian Torres-Santana has dedicated his career to preserving some of the rarest plants on Earth. Now he's helping forge restoration partnerships throughout Latin America.
Terraformation’s Zambia partnerships liaison spoke with UN Secretary-General António Guterres on a special BBC radio interview about climate change.
This month, Terraformation joined Initiative 20x20 as a technical partner. The Initiative aims to restore 50 million hectares of degraded land throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.
Terraformation partners with Environmental Defenders to restore 450 acres of native savannah and dry grassland in Uganda's Lake Albert region.
This biodiversity hotspot battles fierce tropical storms every year. Reintroducing native plants would build climate resilience.