Be a Climate Hero!

Do you want to impact the environment and combat climate change? Download the app now and join the movement!


Contact Info
Wolfiz Technologies, First Floor, SNC center, Block D, Blue Area, Islamabad

Frequently asked questions

Find the answers you need in our FAQs.

About O2 Globe

O2 Globe aims to unite Individuals, Organizations, States, Private Bodies, Educational Institutes, Companies & Nurseries on one platform.
O2 Globe is a Pakistani startup aiming to contribute to the fight against global warming significantly. Our team consists of talented designers, engineers, marketers, and other professionals who are passionate about this cause. We are committed to working together to find innovative solutions to this pressing issue.

About Membership

If you delete the O2 Globe app or switch devices, your progress will be preserved. After reinstalling the app to access your account, just log in with your credentials and continue your efforts towards environmental improvement.
If you are experiencing issues with the O2 Globe app, there are a few things you can try to fix the problem:
  • Check your internet connection.
  • Force-quit and reopen the app.
  • Make sure you have the latest update of the app and operating system installed.
  • Restart your device.
If none of these steps resolve the issue, you can report it to the O2 Globe team for further assistance. To do this, go to the app’s settings and tap “Contact us/Help” or write to Be sure to include information about your phone model, operating system version, and how you were using the app when the error occurred. If possible, provide screenshots of the issue. The O2 Globe team will do their best to help you resolve the problem.

To update your payment information for the O2 Globe app, follow these steps:

  • Go to the app’s settings and tap on “Subscription.”
  • On the Subscription page, tap on your current credit card number.
  • You will be prompted to enter your new payment information.

Please note: If you have already canceled your subscription, you will not be able to change your payment information.

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The O2 Globe team is committed to protecting your privacy and ensuring the security of your personal information. We will never sell your information to third parties. You can trust that your information will be treated with the utmost care and respect.

About Plantation

CO2e stands for “carbon dioxide equivalent” and is a measure used to compare the global warming potential of different greenhouse gases. It allows the impacts of different gases to be expressed in terms of the equivalent amount of carbon dioxide. CO2e is commonly used in greenhouse gas emissions reporting and reduction targets.
Trees can help mitigate climate change by absorbing carbon dioxide, improving air quality, providing habitat for wildlife, and offering social and economic benefits. However, it is important to consider the potential impacts and ensure that tree planting is sustainable and beneficial to all stakeholders.
No, offsetting alone is not enough to stop climate change. It is a useful tool, but we need to reduce our overall emissions of greenhouse gases and plant more trees in order to address the problem effectively.
Most scientists agree that human activity, such as the burning of fossil fuels and deforestation, is the primary cause of climate change. These activities have contributed to an increase in greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, leading to global warming. Forests play an important role in regulating the amount of carbon in the environment, and their destruction can exacerbate the problem.
Yes, deforestation contributes to climate change by releasing stored carbon dioxide into the atmosphere and disrupting forests’ important climate regulatory functions.
Climate change poses threats, including more frequent and severe extreme weather, sea level rise, drought, disruptions to agriculture and food systems, displacement of people, and negative impacts on human health. Vulnerable communities are disproportionately affected.
Solutions to climate change include reducing greenhouse gas emissions, increasing carbon sequestration, adapting to the impacts of climate change, and encouraging individual and collective actions in planting trees.