Our vision is to limit global warming to 1.5°C. Our mission is to support the nations in the implementation of the Paris Agreement and to promote complex projects that reduce, sequester or preserve large CO2 deposits.
We want to bridge the gap between: Science – Politics – Business – Society.
To accomplish this mission, we implemented the Pleistocene project. We need you to manage this mammoth project. We want to support people in making the best possible contribution to climate protection.
Why we are a non-profit foundation:
We decided to give the climate protection project a non-profit framework right from the founding phase. As a result, all donations are used for the preservation of the permafrost.
Transparency is important to us. That is why we have joined the “Transparent Civil Society Initiative“, among others.
Scientific advisory board
Prof. Dr. Martin Heimann
Professor Emeritus at the
Max Planck Institute for
Biogeochemistry in Jena
more than 20 years of experience
in permafrost research
Prof. Dr. Dr. Hans Joosten
Head of the Working Group for
Peatland Science and Paleoecology
of the University of Greifswald
Advisor to the UNFCCC, UNESCO SCOPE and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Dr. Jan Hückel
Partner at McDermott
Will & Emery LLP
Advice on all
issues and formation
Head of Science Marketing Zeitverlag Gerd Bucerius GmbH & Co. KG;
Advision on external perception and media relations
We believe in partnerships that have a positive impact on the climate and environment, at the same time create added value for companies and stakeholders.
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Link to Science
We want to bridge the gap between science, politics, business and society. We have the following institutes to thank for numerous publications and research on permafrost:
We would like to thank Prof. Dr. Christian Beer for the insightful research results that support the Pleistocene concept.
For the scientific data and background, we are in close contact with Dr. Matthias Göckede and Prof. Dr. Martin Heimann from the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry in Jena.