Global Evergreening Alliance: Capturing collaboration from the ground up

14 Nov 2020

More than ever, we are realizing how interconnected we are. Public health, biodiversity, and ecosystem restoration are interconnected. Biodiversity underpins life on Earth; it protects our health and wellbeing and it is up to us to restore it.

Ambitious actions are necessary to combat the climate crisis, but these targets can only be achieved through massive-scale collaboration. The Global EverGreening Alliance is launching a cloud-based Monitoring Platform that tracks the progress and impact of multiple land restoration efforts in near real-time.

The Platform is placing communities and local realities at the center of restoration, illustrating the interdependent relationship between productive ecosystems and resilient communities.

The Platform’s data will provide critical and essential information for effective policy-making, training, and capacity-building opportunities for a larger-scale impact on the ground. Access to these insights will also further demonstrate why investing in Nature Based Solutions is a triple win for the planet, its people, and our economies.

  • The Global EverGreening Alliance


  • Chris Armitage

    CEO, Global EverGreening Alliance

  • Fred Stolle

    Deputy Director, Forests Program, World Resources Institute (WRI)

  • Winfrida J. Kipondya

    Monitoring, Evaluation Evidence and learning Coordinator, Care Tanzania

  • Talia Liney

    Monitoring and data systems, Global Evergreening Alliance