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Our mission is to maximise the planting potential of humanity.

Our vision

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Our planet is not in a healthy state. We’ve used up a life-threatening amount of natural resources and we need to do something about it.

Plant Paradise aims to connect volunteers with planting projects on a global scale.

We are developing a platform that makes it easy for planting projects to promote their events, and simple for volunteers to discover local planting and permaculture work.

Now is the time to give back to the planet we have taken so much from.

Why planting?

Reforesting barren land, growing your own food and restoring damaged ecosystems are some of the best ways we can combat climate change, and they all involve the simple act of planting.

It is estimated that planting 0.9 billion hectares of trees could sequester around 68% of the carbon that has been dumped into the atmosphere by human activity.1

However, we’ll need all hands on deck to plant the several trillion trees needed to curb the devastation we are facing.

Therefore, we need to give everyone the opportunity to get stuck in and get planting.

We see a more beautiful world on the horizon, but we have to dig deep.

Help us begin

Please fill out this survey to help us find out what you want most from the service. If you enter your email at the end you’ll be entered in a raffle with a £50 prize.

For a chance to win £50

Our team

William Cutting

Co-founder and Director
BSc in Marine Biology from Southampton University

Umar Hossain

Co-founder and Director
MEng and PhD student from Imperial College London

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  1. Bastin, Jean-Francois, et al. "The global tree restoration potential." Science 365.6448 (2019): 76-79.