Rescue Earth Initiatives

Rescue Earth System

The Regenerative Restoration Initiatives of the Rescue Earth System are geared to sequestrate carbon and reduce CO2e in the atmosphere, restore ecosystem function, rehydrate landscapes, etc.

Rescue Earth Initiatives

Regenerative Ecosystem Restoration

Although the Rescue Earth System has many initiatives, it does not have any projects of its own. It is a meta organisation of many independent causes (organisations) that do have projects. Many causes and their projects will soon be listed in the Rescue Earth Sustainability Credit Exchange.

Many hands make light work … volunteers planting a Permascape

Regenerative Restoration Initiatives

The focus of the Rescue Earth System is more about ecosystem restoration, the rehydration of landscapes, and the efficient production of nutritious food than climate change. The reason is simple. If we regeneratively restore the soil fertility of pastures and agricultural land by increasing hydration and soil organic matter, and increase living biomass by restoring ecosystems, we sequestrate carbon and reduce CO2e in the atmosphere — and we stabilise weather — resulting in more consistent rain with less flooding, etc.

Carbon & Climate

Reducing Green House Gases (GHG)s in the atmosphere is essential to any climate strategy to Rescue Earth. The initiatives listed below are those that offer the best ability to cost effectively sequestrate GHGs, especially CO2, from the atmosphere and store it long-term with minimal risk of failure.

Farming & Food

One of the best ways to sequestrate CO2e is by using regenerative farming principles to produce nutrient dense food.

Nature & Wildlife

Regenerative restoration of landscapes is essential if we want to Rescue Earth from ecosystem collapse and allow wildlife to flourish again.

People & Places

Ultimately, people benefit from all the initiatives. Those listed below are those that are more sociocentric solutions to predominantly urban challenges.

Water & Weather

Water and weather are connected — weather makes water (rain) and (rain) water makes weather — and both affect climate in more ways than most could imagine! Restoring the Small Water Cycle through rehydrating and restoring the ecological functions of landscapes is one of the most important solutions to weather related issues of climate change. Restoring the Small Water Cycle also increases carbon sequestration, breaking the climb in GHGs  that are causing long-term climate change.


Developing a culture of volunteerism is a core objective of the Rescue Earth System. It is not the contribution of any one individual, but the collective efforts of the whole, that will define our success in saving Earth from Ecosystem Collapse.