of land under intensive and extensive restoration
semi-circular waterbunds dug
people reached globally with our awareness campaigns
Grass Seed Banks
We are restoring >300 thousand hectares of land
Together with millions of farmers and pastoralists, we are restoring >300 thousand hectares of dry, degraded land. Bringing back vegetation has lots of positive effects on the climate, on the environment and biodiversity, on people and their livelihoods.
We brought back 9.7 million trees in 4 years
Through our work, these forgotten tree stumps are brought back by using a technique called Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR), or – as we like to call it: Kisiki Hai. This is more effective than planting new trees!
By regenerating those trees, we are able to restore the degraded areas and make these areas green and cool again.
We dug over 200 thousand bunds
Bunds (or as we like to call them: “earth smiles”) are semi-circular shaped pits that capture rainwater.
They are dug in our project areas in Africa in order to capture rainwater that will otherwise get washed away over the dry, barren soil. By digging bunds, we can regreen a large area in a very short amount of time, benefiting biodiversity, nature, people and – eventually our climate.
Inspire, unite & activate
If you want to make a global change, you need to be everywhere: news, ads, social channels, conversations, and above all in people’s hearts and minds. To do this, we use the power of media and communications, to build awareness and understanding and to show that together we can have a positive and significant impact on climate change.
Our global online and offline awareness campaigns are developed to promote nature-based solutions and to inspire, unite and activate an entire generation and grow a landscape restoration movement.
Within our grass seed banks, Maasai women grow, harvest, and sell grass (hay) and seeds. They make an income by selling them on local markets or to organizations. The grass seed banks form an oasis of green in the barren surroundings, and the hay the women harvest is food for their livestock in dry seasons.
In total we have 8 grass seed banks in Kuku and OOGR, Kenya.
- Thinking in solutions
- Personal communication
- Regreening is done together
By thinking in solutions we see at what can be done about climate change, instead of focusing on everything that is going wrong.
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So, let’s start doing this and dig in!
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Our regreening projects have a positive impact on 8 of the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Examples are SDG #13 Climate Action through landscape restoration, SDG #6 Clean Water and Sanitation and SDG #8 Decent work and economic growth.
Justdiggit believes in relevant shared-value partnerships with brands and corporations to positively impact climate, nature and people, while at the same time adding value to brands and their stakeholders, such as customers, partners and employees. Join us in the Regreen Revolution!
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Justdiggit offers a wide range of shared-value business partnerships that link the impact of regreening programs to key stakeholders, such as employees, partners and customers. Our work impacts 8 of the UN’s SDGs with clear and tangible metrics on carbon, trees, area regreened, water, and people, so there are many ways we can make an impact together.
Using nature to sequester carbon
Regreen a Dedicated Area
Visible on Google Earth
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Business Partnerships- examples
From bringing back 10 million trees within 5 years to regreening an area the size of Amsterdam: all our regreening partnerships are unique! All the brands we collaborate with have one thing in common: they directly contribute to a greener and cooler planet.
Justdiggit and Timberland are engaged in a global partnership from 2020 to 2025, to bring back 10 million trees in Tanzania through FMNR! This amount of trees will sequester huge amounts of carbon, impacting climate change, saving billions of litres of water. It will also positively impact the livelihoods of hundreds of thousands of people as these trees are planted on farmlands, improving the soils and crop yield. See partnership press release here.
Justdiggit and Caterpillar are both digging to build a better world! Justdiggit’s SDG impact areas are closely aligned with the goals that Caterpillar and Caterpillar Foundation have, from SDG #1 No poverty, to SDG #13 Climate Impact. They have supported both Rainwater harvesting programs in Kenya and have helped to restore millions of trees through FMNR programs in Tanzania!
Tony’s Chocolonely is one of the most sustainable brands in the Netherlands and the most sustainable chocolate brand in the world. Justdiggit & Tony’s have a longstanding partnership where Justdiggit offsets the entire Company Carbon Footprint (through Verified Carbon Offsets) by making dry lands green again, helping farmers to improve their crop yield and income.
Holie’s support will help us to bring back thousands of trees, regreening an area of 10,000,000 m2 in Tanzania. In the long term this will take out over 7,500,000 kg of CO2 from the atmosphere. So, when buying Holies’ products you directly contribute to the regreening of our planet. Doing good never tasted better!
After conversing with Greenchoice in regards to what sort of project we could set up together that would most benefit our respective organization we found the perfect ambitious goal: regreen 500 Hectares and bring back 100,000 trees with a 5 year plan.
The Good Roll
The Good Roll and Justdiggit are working together to make an even bigger positive impact in the African continent. The Good Roll’s support this year will help us to regreen over 270,000m2 of dry land and bring back 1000 trees.