We believe that this 4-Part Incentive Program can be a challenge to Rotary Clubs worldwide as they simultaneously conduct local and global community projects for the environment. This is a proposed project from the Climate Action Committee of the Rotary Club of San Jose of District 5170. We believe this can be an overlay challenge that all clubs around the world can aspire to achieve as well as doing local and global community projects. Restoring the biodiversity of a degraded land by creating an adaptive and resilient model of a mini forest which is an amalgamation of high-value timber agroforest and climate-resilient rainforest along with fruit and medicinal trees. The model planned is scientific... students divertng as much as 87% of landfill designated waste in schools The project will contribute to restoring the ecosystem through public education and Tree Planting.