When you protect m² on EarthToday.com you’ll get a proof of protection registered in your name. We call these digital proofs uon. You can then virtually travel to the exact geocodes of your m² and learn more about how it’s being protected.

Global nature protection organizations, united in the Union of Nature Foundation (UON), protect the actual m² on the ground. Meaning, we pass your contribution on to them so that they can further their mission and expand their work. They use various methods including conservation, rewilding, restoration and sustainable development. All supported by and inclusive to local communities.

For every m² protected through EarthToday, the organizations commit to bringing a new m² under protection, on a 1-for-1 basis.



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