501 charity with a mission to help global reforestation efforts. The organization is built on a network of individuals, companies and schools that donate monetarily or volunteer to help plant trees around the world. Copaíba currently has 2 active project contracts with them.
State Water Resources Fund – Its objective is to finance programs and actions in the area of water resources, in order to promote the improvement and protection of water bodies and their hydrographic basins. Altogether, Copaíba has already carried out projects for 16 FEHIDRO contracts.
Owners interested in restoring areas of their properties may receive seedlings of native tree species Atlantic forest, supplies for planting the seedlings and technical support before, during and after planting the seedlings.
Owners must be willing to voluntarily plant at least 2,000 seedlings in an area of 1 hectare of land (10,000 square meters) of their property.
In order to implement the program, an analysis was developed that highlights the main areas for restoration, focusing on water conservation. Through local partnerships, the program seeks to mobilize and support landowners located in these areas and together carry out the restoration of their springs and streams.
A program created by WWF Brasil, International Paper and Sylvamo will restore a total of 100 hectares of forest by 2022 with the aim of identifying and restoring riparian forests in the Mogi Guaçu River basin and its tributaries, helping to conserve water resources.
Tree-Nation uses its own technology to facilitate the planting of trees, enabling individuals and companies to participate in reforestation projects. Reforestation projects are available on one platform. Each tree on the Tree-Nation platform is assigned its own unique URL, which means it can be gifted and tracked as it grows. Tree-Nation members have a “forest”, which is a custom environment on the platform to see all the trees they have planted. These trees are linked to a certain amount of CO2 offset and can be traced.
Ecosia is a search engine gives web online, which donates at least 80% of its surplus income to non-profit organizations that focus on reforestation and conservationism. With physical headquarters in Berlin, at Germany, Ecosia considers itself a social business, is neutral in relation to carbon dioxide (CO2), claims to support full financial transparency, protects the privacy of its users, and is certified by B-Lab as a charitable corporation.
The website maintains a counter of trees planted. According to Ecosia, more than 140 million trees have been planted with its support by February 2022.