The “Power for Peace”

The “Power for Peace” program provides disaster recovery capabilities both before and after a disaster, by creative use of nature’s own renewable resources, pre-planning security, emergency procedures, and resources to provide relief efforts after a disaster strikes demands focus, coordination, and continual practice. Read More


The EmeraldPlanet International Foundation’s approach towards education is based on the European Commission’s “Proposal on Key Competences for Lifelong Learning.” There are several programs of Education: Cloud Computing Certifiate Program, Jobenomics and Leveraging Government Programs. Read More

United Nations Program

In accordance with the United Nations Global Compact, the EmeraldPlanet is identifying major corporations, research institutions, universities, and small-to-medium-scale enterprises that can provide specialized processes, services, products, technologies, and programs in fulfillment of its ten principles. Read More

Emerald Isles Project

Nukuoro Atoll is the first severely threatened island by Climate Change to develop and adopt a comprehensive and sustainable solution for adapting to sea level rise. We contribute to tackle this problem with global community. Read More

Green Jobs Training

Washington, D.C. is taking the lead in evolving a national model program for ‘green’ jobs training among the most at-risk unemployed citizens of the District. There are 10 Coalition members representing both non-profit and for-profit organizations, including the EmeraldPlanet, dedicated to bring progressive change within targeted communities of Washington, D.C. Read More

Monarch Sister Schools Program

One of our favorite natural friends, the Monarch butterfly is disappearing, having suffered a huge population drop in recent years due largely to widespread application of herbicides on U.S. farmlands, wiping out milkweed (the only plant Monarch larvae eat) and other native plants that adult butterflies and bees rely on for nectar. We support planting butterfly habitat gardens to restore islands of native milkweed and nectar-producing plants across the U.S. through our Monarch Sister Schools Program. Read More

Trees For The Capital

One of the places to be during a Spring in Washington, D.C, is the Tidal Basin. There is no other places like it, with all these cherry trees. Every year, The Washington Rotary Club helps planting trees around the city, so people can enjoy beautiful green parks. The Tidal Basin being no exception. Dr. Hancock, as a member of the Rotary takes part into this action. Read More

Potomac Piranhas

Potomac Piranhas is a non-profit organization committed to cleaning up the Potomac River watershed by rapidly developing innovative and practical ideas, and matching them with the capital necessary to deploy them effectively. Potomac Piranhas seeks to bring together the business and environmental communities, instead of pitting them against one another, delivering real, measurable results that respect the bottom line. Read More

Malaria Abatement and Eradication Project

It is estimated by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) that a child dies from malaria every 45 seconds on the planet, one child in Africa dies every 30 seconds.  Globally, some one to three [1 – 3] million people die annually from malaria, 70% of these are children under five-years of age. Read More


Jobenomics and Jobenomics Blog

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Jobenomics deals with the economics of business and job creation. The Jobenomics National Grassroots Movement’s goal is to facilitate creation of 20 million net new U.S. jobs within a decade. Jobenomics also provides advice and timely data to policy- and decision-makers on business and job creation. Read More