We reforest the planet, protect the Amazon,
and support the clean energy transition.
We want to reverse the effect of climate change and to preserve the planet for both current and future generations.
The mission of Green Future Project is to reverse the effects of climate change, and to preserve the planet for both current and future generations. We aim to transform businesses, brands and individuals into active players in this global challenge, by providing simple, effective ways to support targeted reforestation, the protection of the Amazon and a global transition towards clean energy.
By simplifying access to effective climate solutions, we can empower millions to be part of the change.
The world’s ecological crisis can no longer be denied. Experts warn that life on this planet can only be preserved with rapid, dramatic action. As a global community, we must decide upon the kind of world we want to live in – we must fight to build a safe and prosperous environment.
By simplifying access to effective climate solutions, we can empower millions to be part of the change.Though this is, undoubtedly, the greatest challenge facing our generation, it is also an incredible opportunity to reimagine and reshape our future.
Simply put, trees are the superheroes of safeguarding the planet; they purify the air we breathe and support countless species of plants and animals.
According to the United Nations’ latest report, “planting billions of trees across the world is the cheapest and most effective way of taking CO2 out of the atmosphere, tackling the climate crisis.
This new quantitative evaluation shows that forest restoration isn’t just one of our climate change solutions, it is overwhelmingly the top one.”
One of the key benefits of forest restoration is the potential that trees hold for carbon sequestration; hence why it is widely recognised as one of the most effective tools in combating the buildup of dangerous greenhouse gases.
Trees convert carbon dioxide into plant matter, permanently sequestering these gases, and therefore slowing the rate of global warming and preventing further climate change.
WHY PROTECT THE
If the effects of tropical deforestation were a country, it would be considered the third-biggest global emitter, ranking just below the U.S. and significantly higher than the EU. This is why it is essential to protect tropical forests against illegal logging, fires and deforestation. At GFP we believe that the best way to do so is to safeguard the Amazon rainforest, acre by acre.
Terrestrial habitats, such as forests, grasslands and wet peatlands, contain large volumes of carbon in their biomass (greenery and fauna), and soils. As these habitats are destroyed or degraded, they release this stored carbon into the atmosphere, currently forming between 10-20 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions. The unprecedented rate of global deforestation therefore directly contributes to an increase in emissions and the resulting effects of global warming and climate change.
“We are the first generation to feel the effect of climate
change and the last generation who can do something
Barack Obama, Former US President