We are dedicated to making a difference for people and the planet. That is what guides everything we do.  From the simple changes we make personally, to the data-rich insights we curate and share, and the apps we create to help you design a balanced and sustainable life.  We are proud to be part of, and to support, an expanding community of companies and organizations committed to operating in balance with nature and the environment.



Through our ongoing donations to onetreeplanted.org and the Arbor Day Foundation, OPL sponsored the planting of 110 trees in British Columbia, 20 trees in India, and 10 trees in Hondoras.

Trees are a rich resource that gives us oxygen, store carbon, provide shade, stabilize soil, support animal life, provide building materials, and some have medicinal properties.  Trees are masters at absorbing CO2 and producing oxygen.  At the same time, deforestation continues.  Read our blog, “Let’s Plant One Trillion Trees” to learn more.

Planting Trees
OPL Food Focus Eco-Journey Starter Kit

We have developed six OPL Eco-Journey Starter Kits to help jumpstart your sustainability journey for a better tomorrow.  We took great care in selecting the products to include in our kit and the companies who make them.

To learn more about these companies, please visit the One Planet Life Shop.

One Planet Life is a proud supporter of the following organizations this year:


Project Drawdown leads the world as an aggregator of climate solution research.  They offer communities a wide range of programs that help educate the public about the current climate crisis and garner their support in advancing climate solutions.  Drawdown also shares stories of individuals and communities making a difference and creates collaborative opportunities for a better world. 


The NRDC uses its network of more than 3 million people and 700 scientists, lawyers, and policy advocates to safeguard the earth and the natural systems on which life depends. Founded in 1970 by a group of law students and attorneys, today the NRDC has dedicated staff working in more than a dozen program areas, from climate and clean energy to healthy people and thriving communities. Their work includes preparing communities for the effects of climate change by expanding green infrastructure financing, and investing in 21st century infrastructure, promoting sustainable fishing by stopping overfishing and strengthening laws that reduce bycatch, just to name a few.


For nearly 60 years, WWF has been committed to helping people and nature thrive, by delivering innovative solutions that protect communities, wildlife, and their habitats. WWF helps local communities conserve vital natural resources, influences markets and policies to become more sustainable, and protects and restores species and their habitats.


The Nature Conservancy (TNC) is a global environmental non-profit that is helping people and nature thrive in over 72 countries.  TNC has been dedicated to its mission to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends since 1951. Today, they are focused on threats to biodiversity and climate crises.  TNC has more than 400 scientists on staff, over one million members, and has protected more than 125 million acres of land.


The Sierra Club is a grassroots environmental organization in the United States whose goal is to find solutions to protect the earth’s natural resources as well as the special interests that undermine basic environmental protections. Their community of volunteers, advocates, and activists work on projects such as transitioning college campuses to 100% renewable energy sources, promoting clean energy legislation and holding major polluters accountable. The Sierra Club has secured protection for over 439 parks and monuments, secured the right for every child in America to visit a national park, and helped win the passage of the Clean Air Act and the Endangered Species Act.

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