COOPERSTATION aims to achieve UN SDGs 2.3, 2.4, 2.a, 13.3, 15.1, 15.2, and 15.3 as a climate crisis solution company that saves the land to promote carbon isolation and solve food problems.


Using biomimicry technology, we restore the ecosystem. 

Biomimicry technology refers to imitating the principles of forests that operate without human intervention. Forests are the most ideal forms of nature in balance, diversity, connection, circulation, and harmony. biomimicry technology is representative of traditional Korean agriculture that values circulation, natural farming claimed and practiced by Japan's Fukuoka Masanobu, and permaculture, which designs fields and plants and expands lifestyle. It can be seen that this applies to the recent active USA regenerative agriculture.

We respond to climate change by restoring carbon absorption sources. 

When carbon is discharged, it does not disappear and accumulates. We are now in an urgent climate crisis where we have to work together to try not to discharge the carbon and absorb carbon dioxide that has already been emitted. Forests, grasslands, wetlands, and farmland are known to absorb 6% of all carbon dioxide emissions. We respond to climate change by conserving, restoring, and expanding the only carbon sink on Earth.

We inform the relationship between soil and climate change and take the lead in improving consumer awareness. 

The general public is not familiar with the fact that carbon can be discharged or isolated depending on how the soil is managed. We have 2 million urban farmers. They do not farm with the aim of livelihood or production. I visit weekend farms or gardens once on weekends for hobbies and healthy food. Together with them, we contemplate and reflect on how to deal with soil and increase biological diversity to prevent climate change. Also, we would like to publicize which foods are healthier and more eco-friendly to consume.

We solve food problems in developing countries in a sustainable way 

Productivity is important in areas with severe hunger, and restoration of soil damage caused by custom will be key. Each local may have different situations and urgent problems, but our main concern is to increase productivity sustainably. We will do our best to improve the food problem and the lives of local farmers by solving urgent local problems according to the standards.

SDGs 2, SDGs 13, SDGs 15

Through activities to promote carbon absorption, TTHANKS strives to isolate soil carbon and prevent food problems, prevent desertification, sustainable management of forests, protect the land ecosystem, and respond to climate change.