Biodiversity restoration

We restore, rewild and rewet degraded habitats so they can reflourish. Without our key stone species the ecosystem’s architecture collapses - dramatically changing the balance of life, the air that we breathe and the food that we eat. By investing in biodiversity, we safeguard our future habitats and generations.
Biodiversity restoration

Why biodiversity 

We are facing a biodiversity crisis. Human activities are driving our planet’s natural habitats to the brink of extinction. Biodiversity restoration offers a way to repair the damage we have done and protect the natural world for future generations. But biodiversity restoration is also crucial for our own survival as mankind’s well-being is intimately tied to the health of the natural world. By protecting biodiversity, we are ensuring a sustainable future for all. So let’s act now to restore the ecosystems that we have damaged, and ensure that the natural world thrives for generations to come.



of Earth's land has been altered by human activities


of wetland areas have been lost between 1970 and 2015


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

Types of projects

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

Restoring corridors

By restoring degraded land between multiple nature reserves, we connect fragmented habitats and allow for organisms to freely move between these habitats in a safe way, strongly reinforcing the entire natural ecosystem.

Reintroducing keystone species

Keystone species have a key role in the functioning of a habitat, as they have a cascading effect on other species in an ecosystem. By reintroducing them in a habitat, we can accelerate the restoration of its entire ecosystem in a natural way.

Our biodiversity restoration projects

Want to support biodiversity restoration? Here’s an overview of our current biodiversity restoration projects you can support

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.