InfiniteEARTH’s mission is to move the world from an unsustainable extractive economy to a sustainable replacement economy by changing the way the world views the consumption and pricing of goods and services.

InfiniteEARTH is the developer of the first and largest REDD project in the world. REDD (which stands for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation) is a program developed under the Kyoto Treaty that creates financial value for the carbon stored in forests, offering incentives for developing countries to reduce emissions from forested lands and invest in low-carbon paths to sustainable development.

InfiniteEARTH is the first REDD project to earn Triple Gold Validation.

As part of this initiative, InfiniteEARTH manages the largest privately funded Orangutan reserve in the world, Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve. The company also helps companies find creative ways to engage both customers and employees in the process of sustainability.

InfiniteEarth has a special pledge to support:

Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve

Rimba Raya is a forest on the southern coast of Borneo. Rimba Raya has now a preservation and biodiversity reserve for hundreds of at risk species, 122 species of mammals, 300 species of birds, and 180 kinds of plants and trees stretching over 640 square kilometers (250 square miles) of tropical peat forest.

At special risk is the Bornean Orangutan. Over the last century, the Bornean Orangutan has seen a 95% decrease in population, threating total extinction. Through the Rimba Raya preserve, InfiniteEARTH has a special pledge to help protect the Bornean Orangutan, one of only three remaining species of great apes.

In addition, the Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve helps to develop the community by working to eradicate poverty through a focus on women and children’s rights and their welfare as well as protecting children from dangerous, potentially lethal waterborne disease.

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“For Pete’s Sake” – our first book written entirely by students
*5% of all revenues from sales of “For Pete’s Sake” will be donated to the Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve in Borneo.
Meet the authors and buy the hard copy book here: