A program of Matter of Trust
an ecological public charity since 1998
Welcome to the Global Compost Project
This is a free, worldwide collaborative of compost and soil experts, scientists, agro and equipment specialists, NGOs, entrepreneurs, funders, government and policy makers, land managers, gardeners and zero waste enthusiasts.
The goals are to:
– promote the use, sorting, and collection of compostables,
– aid compost production and the spreading of compost,
– restore healthy, carbon rich soils around the world, reduce greenhouse gas emissions via compostables-free landfills, and impact climate change!
Everyone is welcome to join in support and show your love of compost on our global Pledge Map!
All carbon, compost, and climate enthusiasts can become partners and upload useful documents, charts, videos, images, green job, equipment and services postings… worldwide
A solution for climate change and more!
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