Biodiversity conservation

Our first priority is to protect the irreplaceable wild fauna, flora and fungi that’s left. The most powerful solutions to the climate crisis are millions of years old. But Earth's biodiversity is collapsing. Wildlife populations have declined by an average of 69%, in the past 50 years. We protect the land and the ocean so it can protect us. 

Why biodiversity 

Right now, only 23% of the world’s ecosystems remain in a natural state, largely concentrated in remote regions like the Amazon and Congo basins. And even these are strongly threatened. So above anything else, our key goal is to protect what is still wild and so precious for all species on Earth.

conservation protect what is still wild and so precious for all species on Earth


of wildlife populations declined in the past 50 years, on average


of our ecosystems remain in a natural state


of all wetlands plants and animals are at risk of extinction


of all temperate grasslands have been converted to agricultural or industrials uses

Types of projects

Here’s an overview of the different types of projects we initiate to conserve our biodiversity.

Land acquisition

We buy land rich in biodiversity in order to protect it. We’re mostly looking into key biodiversity areas and areas with a potential corridor or reserve expansion function.

Wildlife protection

Our rangers fight illegal poaching while we make sure we give endangered species every chance of survival.

Our biodiversity conservation projects

How conservation and restoration are linked

Our aim is to boost global biodiversity, making recovering what is lost and preserving what remains equally important. Restoration without the application of conservation measures is like keeping a bucket under a dripping tap to conserve water but not bother repairing the tap.

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