The WorldLife Model
Climate Change Solutions by Sustainable Development
Our first indigenous reforestation project was carried out in a desert in East Africa, Kenya, from 2008 to 2015. Through this project we have been able to regenerate with local stakeholders extremely dry areas, without irrigation by means of revolutionary tools.
In all her projects, WorldLife offers Carbon Credits through forestry projects. The reduction of carbon dioxide is primarily in the projects and collaboration with WorldLife. 25% of the total amount of hectares of a project area will be given back to indigenous nature.
We have a single mission to achieve a regenerative thriving healthy planet
Humanity is 0.01% of all life on earth. When we recognize our place in the ecosystem, earth will be able to grow healthy and thrive
Micro- Meso- Macro Climate Mitigation
Global Health is the combined effort of multiple disciplines to improve health for animals, humans and plants within sustainable ecosystems by using an integrated systematical approach to come to transnational solutions on a macro level.
Our planetary ecosystems operates on a micro-, meso- and macro level. At the moment, on all levels it is out of balance. Today we see viruses outbreaks, sharp rise in temperature, billions of species exterminated, millions at risk, massive destruction of natural resources worldwide, food insecurity and water scarcity and so on. Global health is in serious danger and requires a very different approach from a completely different perspective.
Consciousness in action will bring sustainable development in climate change
WorldLife supports governments, sectors, organizations, and local communities in achieving their short- and long term sustainability goals.
We use organic and biodegradable materials, strengthening ecosystem restoration. Through the use of natural and endemic materials, we stimulate the return of ecosystems in a careful and organic manner, so that biodiversity is able to develop rapidly and the fertility of the soil returns and is preserved more quickly.
WorldLife uses innovative tools with higher water reduction compared to other irrigation systems. We also use ESA and NASA satellite data for improvement of current and future projects in all global continents.
Innovation is the Solution to Change
WorldLife expands its operations to new countries via its multi-stakeholder partnership model. This partnership model consists of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with local partners for the implementation of WorldLife projects in those countries, aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and in particular SDG 17.
Our Good Governance structure guides and creates efficient communication, partner networks and effective management. It creates a sustainable infrastructure for achieving our goals of planting billions of indigenous and endemic trees and regenerating millions of hectares.