Each project has been carefully selected or developed by South Pole giving you full confidence that your climate action will deliver proven impacts aligned with the aims of the Paris Agreement and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
From forest protection, to regenerative agriculture and urban tree planting, we offer a range of projects that restore or protect natural ecosystems while delivering benefits to biodiversity and communities around the world
Promoting partnerships for conservation between Traditional Landowners and non-Indigenous Australians through vital conservation workRead more
Protecting two globally recognised ecosystems of exceptional biodiversityRead more
Protecting the rainforest ecosystems of the Congo Basin and enriching local communitiesRead more
Revegetating river ecosystems in Washington for wild salmon populationsRead more
Healthy soils, profitable farmsRead more
Transforming degraded land in rural Mexico by planting teak treesRead more
Climate protection starts at home. By increasing access to clean water and clean cooking solutions, these projects empower communities, cut emissions and ease pressure on forests.
Providing rural Indian households with a cleaner, more sustainable fuel source for cookingRead more
Improving the health of rural communities with clean waterRead more
Clean energy projects not only cut emissions by driving the renewables revolution worldwide, they also create new job and training opportunties in low-carbon sectors.
Clean energy for Chinas remote mountain communitiesRead more
Generating sustainable energy from wind for this island nationRead more
Powering a sustainable energy future for Southeast AsiaRead more
Powering Turkey with sustainable thermal energy from the Earth's centreRead more
Powering Argentina with renewable wind energyRead more
Tapping into Indonesias vast geothermal potential to generate clean electricityRead more
Implementing climate-smart waste management practices cuts potent planet-warming gases, like methane – a greenhouse gas 25-36 times more potent than carbon dioxide.