For global restoration to happen at scale, we need to connect people to restoration projects globally and locally. Built on Google Earth Engine and described as a “Google Maps for restoration,” Restor is an online platform that connects people to scientific data, funding, and each other to increase the impact, scale and sustainability of restoration efforts. Greenhouse Communications and Restor strategically planned to launch the online platform when Restor was announced as a finalist for the prestigious Earthshot Prize. By identifying the countries that had the most potential for restoration (US, UK, Europe, Kenya, Australia, India, Brazil, Costa Rica and Ecuador), and the most effective digital platforms in these markets, Greenhouse devised a targeted six-week campaign that put Restor on the map and reached, connected, and supported the global restoration community. The campaign resulted in thousands of local restoration leaders from across the world joining Restor and the conversation online, such as Kate Brandt (Chief Sustainability officer at Google) and Tim Christophersen (Head of Nature for Climate at United Nations Environment Programme), establishing Restor as THE platform to use to access free scientific information and connect to local restoration leaders anywhere in the world.