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Stories of partnership and impact

Dig into the impact of environmental giving and the transformative potential of partnerships through these inspiring stories of members and environmental partners in the 1% for the Planet's global network.
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Mad Agriculture and the grain revival movement
Mad Agriculture works to preserve local biodiversity and improve the nutritional value of crops through traditional seed-saving methods.
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Four environmental partners using education to uplift women
Access to education is key when it comes to uplifting women's voices–especially in the environmental space.
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Amplifying Canada's First Nations through film
Untold Storytelling and Water First are partnering with Indigenous Communities to address water rights.
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Sway is using 1% for the Planet’s flexible giving model in the seaweed revolution
Sway is using seaweed biotechnology to replace plastic packaging and stimulate regenerative practices where we least expect it.
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1% for the Planet rides with the Louisiana Bucket Brigade
Our Environmental Partners team connected with Louisiana Bucket Brigade working to end destruction caused by the petrochemical industry.
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How 1% for the Planet partnerships are fueling coral restoration
Almost half of Counting Coral's funds have come from 1% for the Planet partnerships
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Partnerships formed from the peat up
Coldhouse Collective is using their filmmaking skills to uplift organizations in the outdoors, adventure and science spaces.
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Are you a buyer, a builder or a regenerator?
Philanthropy is about so much more than lofty one-time gifts. As all 1% for the Planet members know, collective action adds up.
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