WE WORK FOR A BETTER &
Who We Are
Where Life Blossoms
A Non-Government Organization aimed to reduce global warming, remove carbon footprint, and implement reforestation programs.
Planting 1M Trees
Who We Are
Trees are green gold. Give Nature A Voice.
We all depend on forests for our survival. They provide ecosystem services critical to human welfare like absorbing harmful greenhouse gasses, providing clean water, air and shelter, protecting watersheds, reducing the amount of erosion and chemicals that reach waterways, etc.
Yet, despite our dependence on forests, we are still allowing them to disappear. Forest products are a vital part of our daily lives in more ways than we can imagine. From fruits, paper, and wood from trees to everyday items like medicines, cosmetics, and detergents are all gifts of nature.
Expert Volunteer for years
Our Better Way to Build Forests
The method involves planting two to four trees per square metre. In this concept, forests grow in two to three years and are self-sustaining. They help lower temperatures in concrete heat islands, reduce air and noise pollution, attract local birds and insects, and create carbon sinks.
What We Do
Each donation is an essential help for everyone's life
GOAL : 1M+ Trees
It's For Them.
It's not for Me.
Each drop creates the sea
A concrete help for a better and kind world
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Restoring forests for Climate, People, Planet
From fighting deforestation and climate change to creating economic opportunities and fairer working conditions for people, Feed The Nature is working to solve urgent environmental and social challenges to make the world a better place.
It is high time to take action against environmental degradation, species extinction, deterioration of environmental quality, and ecological imbalance. Let's join hands to raise awareness and have an opinion on Climate Change from every individual. Feed the nature aims to raise a humanitarian young generation who can make a conscious choice to mitigate Climate Change and promote environmental conservation.