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One Planet
One Goal

Goal to remove 1 Billion GHG emissions 

Nature-Based Removals

Nature-based projects are an essential tool in the fight against climate change. These projects include reforestation and afforestation which involve planting trees in areas where they have been removed or where forests never existed. Another instance is sustainable forestry management which aims to reduce deforestation and forest degradation by improving forest management practices, reducing illegal logging and more. Additionally, soil carbon sequestration project helps  to enhance soil health and increase the amount of carbon stored in soils.

 

In summary, nature-based projects are considered the most important type of carbon offsetting projects because they not only help mitigate climate change by removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, but they also provide a range of co-benefits, such as biodiversity conservation, watershed protection, and livelihood enhancement. They have the potential to mitigate up to 12 gigatons of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions by 2030, which is equivalent to taking 2.5 billion cars off the road for a year. Moreover, nature-based projects have the potential to generate over $1 trillion in annual revenue by 2030, supporting the livelihoods of millions of people around the world. 

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Bamboo Mission in Central India

Bamboo Plantation across various Indian States

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Tree Plantation in Central Africa

Plantation of Tress across African countries 

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REDD+ Project in Tarai region of Nepal

Promoting REDD+ activities across regions of Nepal

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Agroforestry Practices in Sri Lanka

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Agroforestry Practices in Assam

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Tree Plantation for carbon sequestration in Sri Lanka

Tree Plantation for carbon sequestration in Assam, India

By the time you finish reading this sentence, 200 trees have been cut down

Health & Livelihood Reductions

Access to clean energy and sustainable agriculture practices is crucial for the health and wellbeing of millions of people living in rural areas. However, many communities still rely on solid fuels for cooking, leading to indoor air pollution and a range of health issues. By promoting the use of clean cookstoves and efficient LED lighting, our company can make a significant impact on the lives of those living in rural communities. These initiatives can reduce indoor air pollution by up to 90%, saving households up to 50% of their fuel costs and improving their quality of life.

In addition to promoting clean cooking and efficient lighting, our company can also support sustainable agriculture practices. Livestock emissions are a significant contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, contributing to climate change. By promoting the use of additives that reduce cow farts and burps, farmers can mitigate the environmental impact of agriculture while also supporting their livelihoods. By investing in initiatives that promote clean energy and sustainable agriculture, our company can make a tangible difference in the lives of rural communities while also contributing to a more sustainable future for all.

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Improved Cookstoves in India

Promoting use of clean stoves across India

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Access to clean source of energy

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Clean cooking in lower regions of Himalaya, Nepal

Promoting use of clean stoves across Nepal

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Improved Cookstoves in Sri Lanka

Promoting use of clean stoves across Sri Lanka

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Food additive for cow feed

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Promoting use of LED Lights across India

Promoting use of come additives to reduce methane

5000 people die every day as a result of drinking unclean water.

Agriculture-based Removals

Traditional agricultural practices are responsible for approximately 14% of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, with practices such as tillage, burning of crop residues, and overuse of fertilizers being major contributors. Livestock production alone accounts for about 40% of agricultural GHG emissions. However, if sustainable and regenerative agricultural practices were widely adopted, it has the potential to reduce GHG emissions by up to 30%. Sustainable agricultural practices like conservation tillage practices involve reducing the amount of tillage or plowing done in fields, which can reduce soil erosion, improve water retention, and increase carbon sequestration. Crop rotation, intercropping, and cover cropping are other practices that can improve soil health thereby leading to higher crop yield and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by increasing the amount of organic matter in the soil.

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Carbon Removals through Biochar in India

Using Biochar in agricultural practices

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Sustainable Agricultural practices In India

Adopting sustainable agriculture practices to combat climate change

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Agriculture, deforestation and other land use account for roughly 20 percent of all GHG emissions

Plastic Waste Reduction & Recycling

Plastic pollution is a global crisis, with over 8 million tons of plastic waste entering the ocean each year, harming marine life and ecosystems. By 2050, it is estimated that there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean. Marine animals, in particular, are severely impacted by plastic pollution. Every year, around 1 million seabirds and over 100,000 marine mammals die from ingesting or getting entangled in plastic waste. Sea turtles are particularly vulnerable to plastic pollution, with around 52% of all species having ingested plastic debris.

 

Join us in our plastic waste collection and recycling services where we can help organizations reduce their environmental impact and demonstrate their commitment to sustainability. We incentivize waste pickers, local collectors, and agents to collect plastic waste in rural communities, promoting financially sustainable operations while raising awareness about plastic waste management.

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Plastic waste & recycling across India

Incentivizing rural communities to collect & recycle plastic waste

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Providing EPR Consulting services

Helping organizations to design and implement effective EPR programs

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There could be more plastic than fish in the ocean by 2050

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