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.
Terraformation’s mission for 2022: establishing the first 1% of the world’s decentralized seed bank network.
Brighton Kaoma's radio show inspired a movement of two million climate champions in Zambia and beyond. Here are his tips for starting your own.
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.
Invasive species are fueling wildfires in some of the planet’s rarest ecosystems. Here's how we can protect against future fires.
The climate change problem is clear — but the solutions are, too.
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.
To win, solutions will need to beat the largest existing carbon removal system on Earth: forests.
12 criteria to weigh the benefits and risks of climate solutions
New technology takes decades to develop and deploy at a global level. Forest restoration offers a carbon capture solution ready to scale now.
A common objection to tree planting as a carbon capture solution is that the carbon storage is only temporary. And if it’s temporary, why do it? Answer: Trees aren’t the carbon sink. The forest is.
The technology we need to solve climate change isn't a gadget. It's a system of scaling.
Everyday life doesn’t give us experience thinking at very large scales. To solve a problem as big as climate change, we need to use highly reliable technology.
Four operational bottlenecks hamper rapid reforestation. Here's how to fix them.
More than 90% of Hawaii’s dry forests are gone. Here’s a path to restoration.
Terraformation’s Pacific Flight restoration project is helping restore one of the rarest ecosystems in the world. Together, we’re proving that with the right knowledge and tools, we can restore desert regions. And not just here, but in marginal land around the world.