More than 1 million seabirds and 100,000 marine animals die from plastic pollution every year. 100% of baby sea turtles have plastic in their stomachs. There are more than 269,000 tonnes of plastic at the surface of the oceans. We need to act!
There are 3000 billion trees on Earth. Without the presence of humans, this figure would be of the order of 5800 billion. It would take 1200 billion trees to be planted to store two thirds of the CO₂ emissions emitted by humans since the 19ᵗʰ century. The good news is that there is still space available to plant this massive amount of trees.
Girl education is key to achieve gender equality. Reducing the children’s hunger during school day increases attention span, facilitates learning, and obviates the need for children to leave school to find food.
Because reducing our greenhouse gas emissions is not always enough, it is also important to neutralize them. This is why we offer to support several Gold Standard certified projects carefully selected by us. Let's fight together for a more sustainable future!
Plastic pollution is harmful to marine life and sea birds who eat plastic wastes thinking it is food. By fighting plastic pollution, we can prevent marine life from getting hurt while enjoying our beautiful nature.
Hunger is one of the principal causes that affect school attendance in Africa. Young children who suffer from malnutrition can not concentrate in class, and therefore, they do not attend school at all.