Global EverGreening Alliance

By Charlotte Owen-Burge | August 4, 2021

Initiative overview: The Global EverGreening Alliance (GEA) is an international NGO that brings together leading research, technical, environmental and development organisations to build on a shared vision of restoring degraded lands. Functioning as a collaborative platform, the Alliance harnesses members and partners’ collective strengths, capacities, and networks to coordinate, develop and implement massive-scale land restoration programs. GEA also coordinates ‘Green Up to Cool Down’, a global campaign to accelerate global efforts towards climate change.

Benefits: Groups can join GEA in various capacities, including membership, ambassadorship, strategic and corporate partnership, etc. Members are included in updates and invited to participate in discussions about different opportunities, including involvement in large-scale restoration projects. More broadly, GEA has a network of NGOs, governments, technical experts, and organisations to foster collaboration and media and networking opportunities.

Geographies: Africa: Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia,Zimbabwe. Americas: Brazil, Mexico, Peru, USA. Asia-Pacific: Australia, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Vietnam. Europe: United Kingdom.

Suitable for: Businesses, civil society, financial institutions and governments.

How to join: GEA aims to make barriers to joining as few as possible, and there are no fees associated. Documentation is required tailored to the type of partnership established, such as agreements for member organisations or MoUs developed for strategic partners. Membership with GEA does not obligate or constrain in any way but ensures inclusion in updates and invitations to participate in discussions about various opportunities. There is no financial commitment involved.


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