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We focus on fundamental issues in order to protect the natural systems on which all life depends.

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Climate Change

Effects that scientists had predicted in the past would result from global climate change are now occurring: loss of sea ice, accelerated sea level rise and longer, more intense heat waves.

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Every minute, forests the size of 20 football fields are cut down. By the year 2030, the planet might have only 10% of its forests.

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About Us.

We are working to preserve and protect the environment and to promote environmental research, conservation, and appreciation.

We care about the environment and its cleanliness greatly and strive to improve the surrounding environment to maintain our health and personal safety.

Our History.

1 - 2004 -2008

In the beginning, the company was small, so we were doing simple projects related to the environment.

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2 - 2009 -2013

Our company has grown with time and we are inviting people to preserve the environment as an attempt to reduce water and air pollution.

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3 - 2014 -2018

At this time, the company rose and we participated in large projects to preserve the environment, such as trying to reduce global warming and purify the air from dust.

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4 - 2019 -2021

A large number of people joined us and we are now announcing awareness campaigns to preserve the environment around us, in addition to the many projects in which we participate.

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Our Work.

Check out our projects we've done over the past years.

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Our Services.

Some of the services we provide

  • Forests
  • Ecosystems
  • Oceans
  • Health


A Force for Planetary Health

Forests are a powerful natural climate solution. As they grow, trees absorb carbon emissions, converting them into clean oxygen. In fact, conserving forests could cut an estimated 7 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide each year—the equivalent of getting rid of every car on the planet.



To protect a growing population in a changing climate, our agricultural and coastal communities must be healthy and flexible.

Our ability to adapt to change is deeply intertwined with nature. To make our world more resilient, EDF develops solutions for environmentally sound farming, ranching and water management.
We work with coastal communities to protect them from rising seas and storms. We also work with farmers on food production — and tribes and other communities to protect water supplies.



Despite rising temperatures and overfishing, we can still revitalize our oceans to support marine life and the billions of people who depend on it.

Protecting our oceans from overfishing is central to protecting the planet. By making our oceans healthier — with thriving fish populations, coastal communities and marine habitats — we make the planet more resilient overall.
We empower fishing communities around the world to improve their own livelihoods while caring for the ocean. For greater sustainability, we also develop and seed innovative new technologies into the marketplace.



A healthier environment means healthier people. We focus on both, for the well-being of families today and for future generations.

Everyone deserves a safe and clean environment. But in many places, just breathing can make you sick.
We're using science to tackle pollution and toxic chemicals on multiple fronts. So everyone — especially the most vulnerable and people living in communities most in harm’s way — can live healthier lives.


Help us safeguard the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the places we treasure. The bond is designed to help local and state and countries with new green tech and clean up the environment. Our goal is to raise over 100 billion dollars to help with green housing, environment, human wellness, society, communities, cities, towns, countries, solar, wind turbine farming, new tech, water, oceans and freedom of humanity. To purcahse the bond you must be approved by the broker dealer.

Our Team.

Take a look at the Team

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James William

Trees & Woodland Adviser

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Julian Carter

Engagement Manager - Nature Recovery

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Grayson Jaxon

Global Head of Marketing

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Landon Cooper

Communications and PR Coordinator

Our Blog.

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Save the plants

Its time to SAVE Trees, protect forests and spread awareness. If you want to save trees, you can help by protecting those that grow around your home, and planting more Trees. Reduce the use of paper products, too.

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Clean drinking water

A safe water supply is the backbone of a healthy economy, yet is woefully under prioritized, globally.

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Global warming

The planet is warming, from North Pole to South Pole. Since 1906, the global average surface temperature has increased by more than 1.6 degrees Fahrenheit (0.9 degrees Celsius)—even more in sensitive polar regions. And the impacts of rising temperatures aren’t waiting for some far-flung future–the effects of global warming are appearing right now. The heat is melting glaciers and sea ice, shifting precipitation patterns, and setting animals on the move.

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