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Our planet Earth is in danger!

There is a broad consensus among environment experts that our planet presents serious problems. Pollution, deforestation, and other ecosystemic human interactions with a negative outcome have become a factor that leads to the rising of climate changes and all the problems that come with these changes.


Help us make this world a better place to live.

We are a Smart Fund support for strategic environmental projects. As a vision, we believe in a better world to live, much healthier conserving natural resources for our children and grandchildren.

Our mission is to be the best digital platform for attracting economic resources for strategic and innovative projects in the area of environment and climate change.

Our projects

Indigenous Eco-Tourism

Education for Sustainability

by UGT - UNIÃO G. DOS TRABALHADORES

Eco-tourism and Ethnic-tourism with local sustainable development in Bananal Island, Tocantins, Brazil.

Bela Vista, São Paulo - SP - Brazil
0% Funded
$1
Raised

Scale-Up SOCIALCARBON® standard in the market.

Climate Change

by Instituto Ecologica

A tool able to proactively reduce carbon emissions and deliver social and environmental co-benefits to emerging economies over time.

Palmas - TO - Brazil
16% Funded
$100,030
Raised

MUDA CLIMA – Biodiversity and Climate Change.

Biodiversity Conservation

by Instituto Ecologica

The project seeks to integrate technical and scientific knowledge, in order to protect biodiversity and mitigate CLIMATE CHANGE effects in the ecotonal region of Bananal Island.

Palmas - TO - Brazil
21% Funded
$1,070,001
Raised

Research Center on Metagenomics and Bioprospecting in the Cerrado

Research in Sustainable Fields

by Instituto Ecologica

Is a non-for-profit initiative with the mission of mitigating the effects of climate change and protecting biodiversity through scientific research, environmental conservation, and community-directed sustainability activities.

Palmas - TO - Brazil
3% Funded
$875,001
Raised

Sustainable Agriculture

Education for Sustainability

by UGT - UNIÃO G. DOS TRABALHADORES

Training family farmers to administer natural resources, stimulating them to manage agro-ecosystems with a view to environmental and economic sustainability, food sovereignty and biodiversity conservation.

Bela Vista, São Paulo - SP - Brazil
0% Funded
$11
Raised

Join the Clean Water Wave

Water Resources

by Clean Water Wave

Malawi has an abundance of water, but a serious problem with water quality. In addition, it is one of the world’s poorest countries and experiencing significant changes to rainfall patterns as a result of climate change.

Edinburgh, Scotland
0% Funded
$0
Raised

Healthier Homes for the Maasai

Climate Change

by Internationalcollaborative.org

Clean air, clean water and light – improved homes, saving lives, the environment and freeing up women's time and energy

Monduli, Tanzannia
0% Funded
$30
Raised

Canguçu Research Center

Biodiversity Conservation

by Instituto Ecologica

Canguçu research center (CPC) was created with the main go of being the platform for research Projects.

Palmas - TO - Brazil
0% Funded
$0
Raised

Bananal Island Research Center (BIRC).

Circular Economy

by Instituto Ecologica

Canguçu Research Center Innovation and Management.

Palmas - TO - Brazil
0% Funded
$23
Raised

Categories

  • Biodiversity Conservation

    “Biodiversity refers to the comprehensive umbrella term for the degree of nature’s variety or variation within the natural system. In general, it refers to the variety of all forms of life on earth. The different plants, animals, micro-organisms, the genes they contain and the ecosystem they form. The manifestation of biodiversity is the biological resources (genes, species, organisms, ecosystems) and ecological processes.”

    Thecla M. Mutia
  • Circular Economy

    “A circular economy is an industrial system that is restorative or regenerative by intention and design. It replaces the ‘end-of-life’ concept with restoration, shifts towards the use of renewable energy, eliminates the use of toxic chemicals, which impair reuse, and aims for the elimination of waste through the superior design of materials, products, systems, and, within this, business models.”

    Ellen MacArthur Foundation
  • Water Resources

    “The world’s water exists naturally in different forms and locations: in the air, on the surface, below the ground, and in the oceans. Pressures on water resources are increasing mainly as a result of human activity – namely urbanization, population growth, increased living standards, growing competition for water, and pollution. These are aggravated by climate change and variations in natural conditions.”

    Green Facts

  • Education for Sustainability

    “Although humanity has faced crises in the past and successfully navigated them, the scale of current problems is greater and the size of the world population larger than ever before. Education is essential to sustainable development. The education of today is crucial to enhancing the ability of the leaders and citizens of tomorrow to create solutions and find new paths to a better, more sustainable future. “

    UNESCO
  • Climate Change

    “Greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide (CO2) absorb heat (infrared radiation) emitted from Earth’s surface. Increases in the atmospheric concentrations of these gases cause Earth to warm by trapping more of this heat. Continued emissions of these gases will cause further climate change, including substantial increases in global average surface temperature and important changes in regional climate”

    National Academy of Sciences
  • Research in sustainable fields

    “We need a safe data base on the one hand and innovative solutions from industry and science on the other hand to make the impacts of climate change manageable. Research and innovation are needed to identify new development approaches and to enable technological leaps. Above all, holistic concepts are required which take into account both ecological, economical, and socially relevant issues.”

    German Federal Ministry of Education and Research