In Nepal, our work is focused on training women to become clean energy entrepreneurs and supporting rangers who are protecting endangered wildlife in Chitwan National Park.
In the Congo, our work is focused on supporting rangers who are protecting endangered mountain gorillas in Virunga National Park, the oldest national park in Africa.
In Zambia, our work is focused on helping schools improve academic performance and promote a cleaner, safer and healthier environment for their students and staff.
In Brazil, we support indigenous communities that are fighting to protect the Amazon Basin, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that serves as the embattled lungs of our planet and is critically important to the health of our planet as a whole.
The work we do in Ecuador is similar to the work we do in Brazil. We support indigenous communities fighting to protect the critically important Amazon Basin.
In Columbia, we support the indigenous U’wa people who live in the country’s Cloud Forest and consider themselves defenders of the Earth.
Native American Communities
In the United States, we work hand in glove with Native American communities to develop clean, renewable energy projects.