One Planet One Future harnesses the universal language of art to raise awareness and inspire individual action.

Our Project

One Planet One Future uses the universal language of art to draw attention to human-caused threats to the planet and to inspire people to act. Through art, education, video and film, it is our mission to engage people around the world and show them what we have, what we may lose and what we have already lost.

Our Foundation

Time Shrine Foundation, a 501(c)(3) public charity, raises awareness on climate breakdown and human-caused threats to the planet. The foundation’s mission is to inspire individual and collective action through art, educational programs, seminars and events. The foundation collaborates with educational institutions and organizations to spread the message of environmental preservation.

The foundation is funded by donations from individuals and corporations, as well as by the sale of artwork. Donors can deduct their contributions under IRS Section 170. Donations are used to organize free exhibitions around the world as well as to support NGO’s that work in the field to protect our planet.

Our Founder

Anne de Carbuccia is a French American environmental artist and filmmaker, who travels to some of the world’s most remote locations to document human-caused threats to the planet and preserve the memory of endangered environments, species and cultures. Her images have been exhibited in museums and public institutions throughout Europe and the United States; and her work is also part of several important private collections internationally.

Anne’s debut short documentary film, One Ocean, was presented at the 75th Venice International Film Festival and at other international film festivals around the world including Sarasota Film Festival and the London International Short Film Festival. One Ocean also won Best Musical Score at the Nevada City Film Festival.

The Artwork

Anne de Carbuccia’s work as an artist is expansive covering categories that include photography, public art murals, multimedia, film and sculptures. Her work evolves as do the stories she needs to tell and the urgency that is needed in whatever medium she chooses to tell them.

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De Carbuccia is resolute in her belief that small communities are best positioned to inspire us to action in the face of the looming catastrophic collapse of our environment.


Our daily thoughts and actions affect the planet as a whole, and that’s empowering because it means that if we choose to, we can change the future of the world overnight.

Anne de Carbuccia, Marie Claire UK

Actually I believe artists have a responsibility towards their society, especially in transitional eras. Art helps to visually represent the challenges and issues that need to be addressed.

Anne de Carbuccia, Oceanic Global The Current

We are proud to partner with myclimate to compensate our carbon footprint