An Introduction to SavePlanetEarth

"SavePlanetEarth" (SPE) is a dedicated organization committed to combating the impact of global warming and climate change. With reference to the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties held in Glasgow, UK from 31st October to 13th November 2021, the organization emphasizes the critical need to reduce global temperatures by 1.5°C. In line with this, SPE is actively encouraging businesses and other entities to work towards achieving this target.

Additionally, SPE is leading efforts to drive a systemic shift towards a "Low-Carbon Economy" on a global scale.


SPE has undertaken projects of varying sizes and geographic locations from around the world, leveraging advanced technology to effectively manage and monitor them. Presently, SPE is operating nurseries in Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives while also expanding its footprint to cover additional countries in South America, as well as Thailand, Taiwan, Turkey, China, KSA, UAE, and Africa. Through these efforts, SPE continues to broaden its reach on a daily basis.


SPE offers a range of services including,

  • ESG Accounting, Strategy, Reporting, and Workshop training.

  • GHG Accounting System Development.

  • ISO International Standard Training programs and System Development Services.

  • Eco-labeling and Global Warming Potential.

  • Carbon footprint calculations using Planetary Carbon standard (PCS).

    • Individuals.

    • Households.

    • Corporates.

    • Events.

    • Mining Sites.

  • Development of “National Carbon Crediting Schemes” for the Governments.

  • One Smart Management System.

  • Tree Planting Developments include design, implementation, and monitoring using Artificial Intelligence and machine learning.

  • Carbon Credit tokenization sales on-chain (Web3) and off-chain (verifiable and certified).

  • Reduction of emissions through lean processing.

  • Monitoring and reporting of nature-based projects and renewable energy projects.

  • UNSGDs project development.

  • Supply of plants and trees for green projects.

  • Marketing and raising awareness of third-party nature-based projects.

  • Consultancy for the design of nature-based/ renewable energy projects.

To summarize, we:

Specialized in the development and implementation of nature-based and ecological projects for third-party entities, which may include initiatives related to planting trees, renewable resources, and other similar initiatives. Our approach involves adhering to rigorous carbon standards, supported by comprehensive Project Documentation and Monitoring that extends throughout the project's lifespan and beyond.

Utilize ISO standards to calculate the carbon footprint and GHG protocol emissions of individuals and organizations by establishing everyday habits/patterns as a baseline for estimating their carbon emissions. This provides a reference point for identifying and curbing habits/patterns that contribute to high emissions. This service is also extended to third parties.

Provide Eco Labeling and Global Warming Potential (GWP) assessments to help consumers make eco-friendly choices by cross-referencing products, such as appliances, to identify those with lower carbon footprints.

Offer guidance and education to help organizations reduce their carbon footprint through lean processing and manufacturing practices.

Generate and sell certified carbon credits in the open carbon market by engaging in carbon sequestration projects. The proceeds from the sale of these credits will fund additional sequestration projects.

Provide a blockchain-based carbon credit platform for the sale of carbon credits, including NFTS.

Develop and promote the Planetary Carbon Standard (PCS), a simplified carbon standard accessible to anyone interested in carbon sequestration practices.

Establish an Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) framework to help stakeholders understand an organization's management of risks and opportunities related to environmental, social, and governance criteria.


  • Provide comprehensive training on the ISO 14064-1:2018 international standard to interested parties.

  • Conduct thorough assessments of supply chains to identify both "Direct" and "Indirect" sources of emissions.

  • Offer guidance for quantifying relevant emissions based on identified sources.

  • Develop GHG manuals, procedures, and carbon inventory reports to enable effective management and monitoring of emissions.

  • Identify viable strategies for reducing emissions and provide guidance on setting emissions reduction targets.

SPE has implemented its One Smart Management System, which incorporates all three internationally recognized systems and certifications, namely ISO 9001:2015 for Quality Management, ISO 14001:2018 for Environmental Management, and ISO 45001:2018 for Occupational Health and Safety. This integrated approach streamlines documentation, saves time, and enhances efficiency by establishing shared objectives that drive organizational success.


SPE is committed to the conversion of atmospheric carbon into soil carbon through the establishment of natural forests, thereby rebuilding the "Soil Carbon Sponge" to combat desertification, poverty, and reverse climate change. To achieve this, we have set up nurseries in various parts of the world and employ water conservation techniques such as the "Rainwater Harvesting System" to reduce production costs and minimize carbon footprint.

Our nurseries produce saplings, plants, and seed balls tailored to the specific requirements of different planting sites, taking into account the climate, plant type, rainfall, and soil type.

Our technical experts provide guidance to nursery staff on the most appropriate methods to use for different plant types and planting sites.

SPE has chosen Sri Lanka for its "100 million Tree Planting Program" due to the country's high biodiversity and rich ecosystems, which allows for planting trees of various species in a multilayer approach that maximizes land usage and creates a dense forest. Our forests consist of plants belonging to the Leguminosae family, which enrich the soil by fixing nitrogen through their symbiotic root systems. Once the plants are mature, the forest can sustain itself with minimal maintenance, as the country has abundant rainfall and sufficient groundwater resources.

SPE is committed to creating positive impacts on society through our tree planting projects. We believe that such projects can have a significant positive impact, not only on the environment but also on society. Some of the benefits that SPE aims to bring through our tree planting initiatives include:

  • Environmental Benefits: Trees are crucial for maintaining a healthy environment. They absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and release oxygen, which helps reduce the impact of greenhouse gases on the climate. Trees also help in preventing soil erosion, conserving water, and providing habitat for wildlife.

  • Economic Benefits: Tree planting projects can create jobs and stimulate local economies. They can provide a source of income for communities through the sale of forest products such as fruits, and nuts harvested without damaging the ecosystem. Additionally, tree planting can help mitigate the impacts of climate change on agriculture, which can result in crop failures and food shortages.

  • Social Benefits: Tree planting projects can bring people together and foster a sense of community. They can provide opportunities for education, recreation, and cultural activities. By involving local communities in our tree planting initiatives, we aim to build social capital and create a sense of ownership and pride in the local environment.

Overall, SPE believes that tree planting projects have the potential to create significant positive impacts on society, and we are committed to working towards this goal.



  • Extensive and enduring expertise in the carbon sequestration field.

  • A team of experts with specialized knowledge and skills.

  • Utilization of blockchain technology to ensure transparency and efficient tracking of carbon credits.

  • Integration of high-tech methods such as AI, remote sensing, and machine learning for effective monitoring and tracking.

  • Futuristic approach keeps SPE ahead of competitors.

  • Development and implementation of the proprietary "Planetary Carbon Standard" (PCS) for carbon credits.

  • Ability to operate in any geographical region.

  • Flexibility to accommodate projects of any size.

  • Investors can conveniently monitor projects online or through the app.


If you are interested in participating in SPE's sustainable nature-based projects, there are various ways to get involved.

  • Sponsor one or multiple 50-acre multilayer tree planting projects conducted by SPE

  • Purchase a portion of an SPE afforestation project or acquire NFTs

  • Consult with SPE for designing and managing sustainable projects based on your specific requirements

  • Partner with SPE for your new and existing plantation projects

  • Contact SPE for carbon credit evaluations of your projects

  • Obtain ESG/GHG emission evaluation and certification of your organization through SPE.


SPE offers sustainable project design and management services that follow a systematic approach, including the following key steps:

  • A contractual arrangement with SPE

  • SPE conducts a comprehensive analysis to identify suitable locations and resources for the project.

  • The project is implemented according to the specifications and requirements agreed upon with the client.

  • SPE monitors and manages the operations of the project to ensure that it is running efficiently and effectively.

  • The project is validated and verified by an independent third party validation and verification body, to ensure that it meets the relevant standards and regulations.

  • Upon successful validation and verification, SPE issues Verified Emission Reductions (VER) or Certified Emission Reductions (CER) to the client.

  • SPE provides all necessary documentation related to the project, including reports and certificates.


SPE offers two options for project implementation as a project manager or an implementation partner:

  • Projects can be implemented as per the requirements of the implementation partner, on project sites provided by the implementation partner.

  • Projects can be implemented on project sites that are already available with SPE.


SPE has identified various suitable sites for the implementation of sustainable projects. As a project manager or implementation partner, we offer customized project design and development services to meet the specific requirements of our partners. We take full responsibility for managing all physical activities related to the project implementation.

The following activities will be carried out by SPE for implementation partners.

  • Conduct land suitability analysis and soil sampling.

  • Handle land acquisition and licensing procedures.

  • Conduct stakeholder consultations.

  • Prepare the land for planting through land clearing and soil preparation.

  • Establish irrigation systems and plant trees.

  • Set up nurseries for growing plants.

  • Source high-quality planting materials and fertilizers.

  • Provide daily maintenance and management of the plantation and staff.

  • Carry out harvesting, marketing, and selling/exporting of crops.

  • Share profits with relevant stakeholders.


SPE has the capacity to undertake "Special projects" that require implementation in specific locations/sites, with the aim of achieving greater impact on climate change. Our team of experts will work closely with the project owner to design and develop the project in line with their requirements.

The following activities will be carried out by SPE in collaboration.

  • Project design, considering ideas, processes, resources, and deliverables.

  • Conduct a feasibility study by visiting the location.

  • Identify problems associated with the project and align solutions accordingly.

  • Conduct research if needed (primary or secondary).

  • Define project goals, work out a contingency plan, and develop the strategy.

  • Identify resources needed and work out a procurement management plan.

  • Develop a project timeline plan.

  • Implement risk management approaches.

  • Conduct cost analysis and financial projection of the project.

  • Implement the project through physical operations.

  • Monitor and manage the physical operations of the project.

  • Review the output and outcomes of the project.

  • Continuously improve the project.

If SPE takes on the role of project manager, the local project implementer is responsible for facilitating various activities related to the project's local operations in support of SPE.

  • Provision of allocated land and necessary infrastructure for the project

  • Obtaining necessary approvals, licenses, and clearances from government and local authorities

  • Provision of labor and human resources where necessary

  • Provision of logistics and transportation

  • Provision of storage and warehousing facilities, if required

  • Interpretation and translation of communication materials, where needed, in case English language is not used for communication with local organizations and the community

  • Provision of accommodation facilities, including food and lodging.

Other tasks and responsibilities will be discussed in detail at the agreement level.

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