The Carbon Clock shows how long it will take for the global average temperature to rise by 1.5 °C compared to the pre-industrial era at the current CO₂ emission rate. In the event that we fail to meet this target, the risk of triggering tipping elements in the Earth’s climate system as well as uncontrollable chain reactions increases significantly.    

Carbon Clock

We are running out of time!

The future is in our hands!

Atmospheric CO₂ can be stored in trees. Every tree planted helps us to slow down the clock.

The clock is ticking. Take action now!

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Holistic Approach  Maximum Impact!

We are convinced that reforestation means more than just planting trees. Our approach strives for an ecologically, socially and also economically sustainable solution that benefits everyone.

Woman looks at a young Sengon tree

Effective Climate Action

CO2-Sequestration on 3 Levels

Each tree planted stores carbon. At some stage, its timber will be used in construction whilst still retaining the stored carbon; more trees can grow in its place in the meantime. Furthermore, this will reduce greenhouse gas emissions as steel and concrete are being replaced.

Sustainable Income

Empowered Smallholder Farmers

We work hand-in-hand with hundreds of smallholder farmers in the tropics, equipping them with free tree seedlings and education. Planting trees and intercrops (agroforestry) provides them and their families with sustainable incomes.

Woman in Uganda holding seedling

Maximum Transparency

Reliable Data About Every Single Tree

In the future, smallholder farmers can scan the planted trees at regular intervals using our TREEO app. This will enable us to track exactly where the trees are located and how they are developing. On our web map, the data is publicly available for everyone to see.

Our Impact

Seedling growing in the ground

2,389,377

distributed tree seedlings

graphic Farmer with seedling

5,743

supported smallholder farmers

Graphic forest

2,495

hectares of reforested area

This data includes our work and that of our sister company, Fairventures Social Forestry.

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News

The benefits of Agroforestry in Tororo District, Uganda

The benefits of agroforestry are not only addressing essential needs but are also contributing to environmental conservation and economic growth.

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Article in the current IHK Magazine Economy: “Saving the climate and supporting smallholder farmers”

The current IHK Magazine Economy reports on our projects in Indonesia and Uganda.

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Climate Change Alters Uganda’s Rainfall Patterns, Affecting Farmers in Kayunga District

Uganda, typically known for its stable rainfall patterns, is experiencing the negative impacts of climate change. Those circumstances are affecting the nation and our farmers.

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Our VR Video

Virtual Trip to the Rainforest of Borneo

Join Monalisa on a 360° walk through our project area.

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