We will continually evaluate our current operations, strive to improve our environmental performance, and implement sustainable business practices.
The key points of our strategy to achieve this are:
The largest cleanup in history.
Building a movement to heal our Earth by helping restore 350 million hectares of degraded land.
We need to remove the excess carbon from our atmosphere.
We must achieve carbon neutrality, reducing future carbon emissions and actively removing the excess carbon from our atmosphere, by the second half of this century to keep global warming “well below” a 2°C rise above pre-industrial levels.
WeForest engages corporates, organisations and scientists in collaborative action to advance forest landscape restoration by developing a portfolio of scalable, quality forest landscape restoration projects.
Over 5 trillion pieces of plastic currently litter the ocean.
Trash accumulates in 5 ocean garbage patches, the largest one being the Great Pacific Garbage Patch (covers an estimated surface of 1.6 million square kilometres), located between Hawaii and California. If left to circulate, the plastic will impact our ecosystems, health and economies. Solving it requires a combination of closing the source, and cleaning up what has already accumulated in the ocean.
Launching mid 2018 a full-scale deployment of The Ocean Cleanup’s systems is estimated to clean up 50 % of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch in 5 years.
Growing artificial coral reefs to offer a natural, beautiful, long-term solution to counter increased global coastal erosion.
Sustainable stationery and accessories from designer offcuts / leftover fabrics.
Protecting beaches by growing beautiful coral reefs using 100% renewable energy.
More than 70% of global coastlines are being eroded, with climate change as a major contributing factor.
CCell is on a mission to protect beaches from erosion by using 100% renewable energy to grow beautiful artificial reefs far faster than in nature. With its globally patented wave energy technology, CCell is ready to regenerate reefs, promote tourism and transform the coastal protection industry.
Helping designers and manufacturers to turn their offcuts and wastage into unique marketing products.
Over the past 2.5 years KAPDAA reused over 5000 metres of fabric offcuts – saving them from going to landfill straight away or from just being waste. They have created thousands of new products out of already existing fabric scraps along the way.
It takes approximately 270 litres of water to produce the cotton for one fabric-covered notebook. KAPDAA, however, reusing that already existing fabric to produce new products helps decrease the huge energy and water footprint left by the fashion and textile industries.