Tri-City Forest Project
Protects a spruce forest in Massachusetts that captures over 100,000 metric tones of harmful carbon dioxide every year. With sustainable forest management, this ideal forest eco-system offers the least expensive natural filter for the drinking water that serves three cities.
Pollution Prevention Project
Khum Longvek, Cambodia
Provides locally made ceramic water purifiers to over 1 million Cambodians. By filtering water instead of boiling it over a wood burning fire, these purifiers prevent 90,000 tonnes of carbon emissions and protect 450 hectares of Cambodian forest every year. That’s 320 football fields worth of protected habitat!
Renewable Energy Wind Turbines
Generates clean energy to displace fossil fuel-based grid power. Before the introduction of wind power, the primary contributor to the local grid was power plants that burn fossil fuels. This project installs 94 new wind turbines to provide 360,000 MWh of reliable and clean energy to the grid.