We function as an extension of your team to identify, design, and grow reforestation projects that deliver a portfolio of high-quality carbon credits.
Our partnerships team connects with forestry organizations around the world to build a pipeline of future reforestation projects across Africa, Southeast Asia, and Latin America.
Collaborate with our forestry and science teams to design project portfolios that meet your ESG goals. Our experts design diverse native restoration projects, spanning from tropical reforestation to blue carbon to projects aimed at biodiversity restoration in rare niches.
Build a portfolio that matches your company’s values, choosing projects that emphasize the community and environmental benefits most important to you — from women-led projects to those that include agroforestry or provide additional local sustainable revenue streams.
We're growing ecosystems, economies, and a better future.
"Terraformation has built the capacity of our team and has enabled the training of over 100 community members prioritizing youths and women. Terraformation's support, including their training in seed collection and nursery management, will ultimately enable vulnerable populations who suffer severe climate change effects."
“Terraformation is amazing at building capacity in complex restoration endeavors. We get the infrastructure and economic resources to sustain long-term transformation, and also such high-quality training and constant guidance that the project has no other alternative but to succeed.”
“Thanks to the work with Terraformation, we’ve realized the first in-country biodiverse forest. Terraformation’s commitment and contribution have become crucial in creating jobs and supporting livelihoods of the community in these unprecedented times.”
“Terraformation's technical guidance and capabilities have been instrumental in establishing a sustainable and dependable seed source for our growing business. Their guidance in hardware along with their software and training materials have helped us grow our seed capacity in both numbers and species.”