Why we do what we do

Global biodiversity is collapsing

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. Human activities have pushed nature almost to the breaking point. Biodiversity loss constitutes a direct threat to the planet and people's well-being in all regions of the world.
Savanna is a type of grassland habitat

We’re up for some big challenges

Climate emergency

The climate emergency is wreaking havoc on our planet, profoundly impacting both nature and people. Rising temperatures, extreme weather events, and shifting ecosystems are altering the delicate balance of our environment, threatening biodiversity and human well-being.

6th mass extinction

Species are disappearing at an alarming rate. This extinction event is largely driven by human activities such as habitat destruction, pollution, and climate change.

The loss of biodiversity has significant consequences for ecosystems and the services they provide, such as pollination, water purification, and soil stability. 

The need for speed, in numbers


of Earth's land has been altered by human activities


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


of mammals are at risk of extinction


of excess heat caused by CO2 emissions is captured by oceans


of the oxygen we need is generated by our oceans


of all CO2 emissions is absorbed by our oceans

How we can help our habitats together

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. 

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.

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