& OUR VALUES
WHO WE ARE?
Greenway is a Youth-Driven Environmental Protection Organization providing alternative solutions to single-use plastic and planting carbon-sucking trees for socio-economic development and reducing climate crisis.
Our social work includes reforestation, landscape restoration, climate education, awareness campaign, conducting research, outreach activities, and collaborating with key stakeholders to implement sustainable solutions.
To provide alternative to single-use plastic and planting trees to reduce greenhouse gas from our natural environment.
To slow down the negative impact of climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and plastic pollution.
To combat climate change, desertification, land degradation, carbon emission by inspiring healthier communities affected by severe climate disorder and modestly reducing pollution by 2050.
To universally support the next generation of climate ambassadors working flawlessly for a carbon-free environment and oceans free of unwanted plastics.
To reduce atmospheric concentration levels of CO2 to a sustainable state by 2030.
We understand climate change is a highly complex issue and we believe an equitable solution cannot be achieved if our focus is on climate science and policy lens alone. We must take a comprehensive perspective of climate change practice and energy solution to accomplish our goal and invent our desired future. We are committed to addressing the intersection of climate change, economic, social and racial disparities by working collaboratively with partners who understand this interface..
Climate change is defining our generation; everyone alive today. This generation represents the first to indeed experience the effects of climate change and will exercise the most profound influence on how it is addressed. We adopt tree planting, climate, and energy literacy as a possible solution to the environmental crisis we typically face in the world today..
Our Theory of Change
Communities collectively possess the power to innovate and demand global climate change solutions. Empowering individuals in their societies to make long-term, lasting change requires building climate literacy, understanding personal connections to climate breakdown, and developing powerful advocates through a model of partnership. By engaging educators, youth, and the public, we believe communities can be better positioned to secure a resilient and equitable future..
Our Core Beliefs
Greenway believes global climate change resolutions will be accelerated by individuals and communities by undertaking collective action toward solutions, which include conservation, mitigation, adaptation, policy, and innovation.
We universally recognize local youth will typically inherit the unparalleled impacts of climate change and are undoubtedly among our most powerful advocates.
We believe education remains a tool of empowerment, and empowering educators as critical messengers of climate literacy constitute part of the solution to climate change.
We believe tree planting and energy literacy remain the key to achieving our established goals. To prevent severe and potentially catastrophic impacts from climate change, intermediate steps to introduce more trees are necessary, lower emission transition fuels and technologies should be prioritized to obtain respiratory and heart health benefits; women and children are disproportionately affected by household air pollution..
To plant five million fruit trees in the academic environment affected by extreme weather condition and modestly reducing plastic pollution in our local communities by 2030.
To universally support the next generation of climate ambassadors working flawlessly for a carbon-free environment and oceans free of unwanted plastic in every community across the world.
We are a Climate Change Organization working on Sustainable Development Goal 13, 15 and 17 to achieve 100% greenhouse gas emission reductions by 2050 at the latest.
To provide alternative to single-use plastic and to remove greenhouse gas from our natural environment.
To slowdown the adverse effect of climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and plastic pollution.
To reduce atmospheric concentration levels of CO2 to a sustainable state by 2030