Our impact.

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

At least 30% of the planet must be protected
by 2030 to avoid mass animal extinction.

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32,000 species are threatened with extinction.

According to the IUCN Red List.

26%

26%

of Mammals

14%

14%

of Birds

30%

30%

of Sharks & Rays

40%

40%

of Amphibians

33%

33%

of Reef Corals

Humans are causing accelerated exctinction.

Overexploitation

Overexploitation

deforestation, hunting,
fishing

Agriculture

Agriculture

overcropping, livestock,
timber

Pollution

Pollution

waste water, plastics,
air pollution

Urbanization

Urbanization

housing, tourism,
industry

Fragile ecosystem

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.

Our focus

To ensure a positive impact, we built an impact framework
that is developed with the United Nations’ Sustainable
Development Goals in mind.

The connection between
biodiversity and us.

Ecosystems rich in biodiversity are more resilient
and productive for mutual long term benefit.

$125 trillion of “free” support

to the global economy is provided by the environment each year

80% of the people

living in rural areas in developing countries rely on indigenous species for their livelihoods

2 billion tons of carbon dioxide

is sequestered by terrestrial ecosystem each year

75% of freshwater

on earth comes from forest watershed areas

Conservation Actions Needed:

  • Engage with indigenous and local communities & farmers

 

  • Increase the effectiveness of habitat management

 

  • Restore endangered species to their former range

 

  • Eradicate poaching, smuggling and illegal trade of animals, their parts and derivates

 

  • Effectively preserve, manage, enhance and protect habitats of endangered species

Ready to make
an impact?