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.
The Earth needs forest champions. This is where the Terraformation Climate Voices Fellowship comes in.
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.