Our Partners are at the forefront of Ecosystem, Climate and Livelihoods
Restoration from the grassroots up to the world stage

The UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration is a rallying call for the protection and revival of ecosystems all around the world, for the benefit of people and nature. It aims to halt the degradation of ecosystems and restore them to achieve global goals. Led by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, The UN Decade is building a strong, broad-based global movement to ramp up restoration and put the world on track for a sustainable future. (

Climate Breakthrough Project, formerly known as the Climate Strategies Accelerator, launched in 2015, as an initiative of the David and Lucile Packard Foundation in partnership with the Oak Foundation, the IKEA Foundation, the JPB Foundation, and the Good Energies Foundation. Climate Breakthrough aims to fund several new projects of innovative strategies in social, behavioral, economic, and policy change each year, that collectively will lead to multi-gigaton annual emissions reductions within 10 years. In addition to funding, Climate Breakthrough also provides additional access to expert resources and assistance to help their awardees scale their work. (

The World Bamboo Organization is a diverse group consisting of individuals, commercial businesses, non-profit associations, institutions, and allied trade corporations that all share a common interest: Bamboo. The purpose of the WBO is to improve and promote this common interest, as well as the conditions affecting and the industry surrounding this common interest. We are dedicated to promoting the use of bamboo and bamboo products for the sake of the environment and economy. (

John Hardy, established in Bali in 1975, creates exquisite, artisan handcrafted jewelry. Each collection features unique and evocative symbolism. The jewelry honors the transmission of creative energy from artist to wearer. Designs reflect Bali’s rich cultural heritage. Skilled artisans meticulously craft each piece. The company values community, artisanship, and sustainability. It ethically sources reclaimed silver and gold. John Hardy supports local artisans and preserves traditional Balinese craftsmanship. The company employs environmentally friendly practices. This holistic approach solidifies its reputation as a leader in sustainable luxury.(

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