The UN Sustainable Development Goals provide a framework to achieve a more sustainable future for our planet and all species living on it. The 17 SDGs are a bold, global call to action to to jointly tackle our world's biggest problems. We all have our role to play. On this page, we describe our contribution to the SDGs.

Why is this important for you?

The SDGs are the most well-known and most used framework in the world for sustainable development. By supporting our cause, you make a direct contribution to a large number of important SDGs focused both people and planetary well-being, which you can use in your own communications. We’ll gladly provide you with all the info you need to communicate authentically about your contribution to the SDGs.

Involving local communities
The climate emergency effects on nature

How our work impacts the SDGs

  • No poverty SDG

No poverty

Happy and successful local communities are the key to successful conservation projects. We want them to flourish, just as much as their habitats we'll help them protect.

Life on land

We protect and restore terrestrial ecosystems and do everything in our power to reverse land degradation and biodiversity loss.

Climate action

The IPPC made a list with climate mitigation options in their renowned report. Among the most influential actions were 'reduced conversion of forests and other ecosystems' and 'ecosystem restoration, afforestation, reforestation. Another report published in Nature Climate Change, suggested that reintroducing just nine species would help limit global warming to less than the 1.5°C (2.7°F) threshold set by the Paris Agreement. The report calls trophic rewilding, or restoring and protecting the functional roles of animals in ecosystem as a major overlooked climate solution.

Life below water

Our ocean is a crucial source of resources and plays a critical role in regulating our climate. We do everything in our power to protect ocean ecosystem and to reverse ocean biodiversity loss.

Good health and well-being

Biodiversity is our common heritage and humanity’s first and foremost life-supporter. It supports everything in nature that we need to survive: food, clean water, medicine, and shelter. Decreased biodiversity will eventually also lead to decreased health and well-being for people.

Support the SDGs with us

At Habitats, we deliver projects that impact all of the SDGs above. Take a look at our business page to discover how we can create impact together.

No poverty SDG