The Ocean Cleanup

The Ocean Cleanup, a non-profit organization, is developing and scaling technologies to rid the world’s oceans of plastic. Our aim is to put ourselves out of business once the oceans are clean. 

Buddhist Global Relief

Their Vision....

We are inspired by the vision of a world in which debilitating poverty has finally been banished; a world in which all can avail themselves of the basic material supports of a meaningful life—food, clothing, housing, and health care; a world in which everyone can achieve a satisfactory level of education and freely pursue that which gives their life value and purpose; a world in which all people dwell in peace and harmony with one another and with the natural environment. 

Sea Shepherd 

Sea Shepherd’s sole mission is to protect and conserve the world’s oceans and marine wildlife. We work to defend all marine wildlife, from whales and dolphins, to sharks and rays, to fish and krill, without exception. 

Wim Hof Method

Realise your full potential

Over time, our relationship with the world we live in has changed. Our lifestyles have disconnected us from the natural environment.

Because of this disconnection, our age-old survival mechanisms are no longer triggered and we’ve lost touch with our inner power.

Through decades of self-exploration and groundbreaking scientific studies, Wim has created a simple, effective way to stimulate these deep physiological processes and realise our full potential.

The Wim Hof Method is about reconnecting us - to ourselves, to others and to nature. 



Plant trees while you search the web

We use the profit we make from your searches to plant trees where they are needed most. Get the free browser extension and plant trees with every search.


Finding alternatives to palm oil 

Widespread palm oil plantations across Indonesia illustrate the environmental degradation of a once vivid ecosystem. 25% of Indonesia’s rainforests have been replaced by vast palm oil plantations, pushing out wildlife and endangering the livelihoods of farming communities. With your help, we are restoring forests on former plantations to create alternative sources of income. 

Re-greening the desert

There’s hardly a place more vulnerable to climate change than northern Burkina Faso and southern Mali. Planting trees here restores desertified land to its former fertility, curbs violent conflict by creating employment, improves nutrition through agroforestry, and encourages communities to take charge of their future.

Restoring the home of our closest living relative 

Only 5000 chimpanzees remain in Uganda, and their habitat is shrinking due to a growing demand for charcoal and firewood. Chimpanzees are shy animals, but have been forced to leave the forest in search of food, creating conflicts with farmers. Together with the Jane Goodall Institute and Trees for Humanity we plant tree corridors that connect remaining forests, so chimps can safely move between them. 

Horse & Healing

Our work is with horses and people with Non Verbal Autism or with Autism Spectrum Disorder. To help them connect with their own body and their environment. And to give them voice via Horse-energy. We also provide Equine assisted coaching and therapy for people who are dealing with severe trauma, loneliness, anxiety and depression. 

The Global White Lion Protection trust

Today all conservation issues are global issues. If Brazil loses its rainforests, the world has lost its lungs. If South Africa loses its white lions, the world has lost its heart. 
The global white lion protection trust is a registred Non Profit Organization in a protected area of endemic bushveld in the Greater Timbavati South Africa. The white Lion trust has succesfully reintroduced white lions into their natural habitat, in a carefully phased groundbreaking scientific program. 

Positive Psychology Centre

 The mission of the Positive Psychology Center is to promote research, training, education, and the dissemination of Positive Psychology. Positive Psychology is the scientific study of the strengths that enable individuals and communities to thrive. Dr. Martin E.P. Seligman is the Director of the Center and Zellerbach Family Professor of Psychology.