Species
Extinction.

We are entering the 6th mass extinction
and it’s time we turn it around.

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28,000 species
are threatened with extinction.

According to the IUCN Red List.

40% of

40% of

Amphibians

25% of

25% of

Mammals

34% of

34% of

Conifers

14% of

14% of

Birds

31% of

31% of

Sharks and Rays

33% of

33% of

Corals

Humans are causing
accelerated extinction.

Top 3 drivers of extinction

Overexploitation

Overexploitation

deforestation, hunting, fishing

Agriculture

Agriculture

overcropping, livestock, timber

Urbanization

Urbanization

housing, tourism, industry

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Fragile Ecosystems.

Ecosystems are interconnected. If one species
goes extinct, there will likely be a domino effect.

In the next decade:

95%

of Biodiversity
could be lost.

1 million

species could be threatened
with extinction.

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More funding is needed
to save more species
from extinction.

Conservation projects need $300 – $400 billion annually to protect and restore
species and habitats. Unfortunately, projects only receive $52 billion annually

80%

($41.4 Billion)

comes from non-market sources

  • Majority from government spending
  • Portion from philanthropy

52 Billion

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20%

($10.4 Billion)

comes from market-based activities

  • 13% from green commodities
  • 7% from environmental offsets

 

Financing Conservation.

Conservation funding needs to be scaled
20 to 30 times to reach our planets needs.

Mobilizing funding at scale and appealing
to the masses require novel fundraising
strategies and structures.

Wildchain moves beyond donor funding
toward a gamification-driven approach.

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