Together we can grow the future of our planet

Terraformation partners with local communities across the globe to accelerate forest growth. We develop rapid-scale technologies to capture carbon and make our planet a better place.

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Set of 6 photos from Pacific Flight, Terraformation's pilot restoration site, showing solar panels for desalination, seed bank facility, nursery, and staff planting trees.

A collection of photographs, each showing different views of from the Terraformation property in Hawaii. Yishan Wong with a young tree, tree nursery, forestry workers, and a picture of a very large solar array.
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A few words about Terraformation's founder: Yishan Wong

Yishan Wong founded Terraformation with a vision to bring Silicon Valley’s expertise in rapid growth to the climate movement.

He recently completed construction of the world’s largest fully off-grid 100% solar-powered desalination system to alleviate water shortages that hinder arid ecosystem restoration. This relieves a key bottleneck that has prevented mass reforestation from closing the gap on comprehensively solving climate change.

Yishan previously served as CEO of Reddit and Director of Engineering at Facebook, and was an early engineer at PayPal. He lives in Hawaiʻi with his family and dogs.

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