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Biodiversity, the incredible tapestry of life on Earth, comprising an extraordinary range of plants, animals, and organisms, is threatened like never before. Rising global temperatures, habitat destruction, over-exploitation and pollution are causing an unprecedented decline in the number and diversity of species on our planet - catastrophic for our society, economy, health and natural world.

But you have the power to make a difference! By joining our global network of monthly donors, you’re not only reforesting our world by planting trees. You're contributing to global efforts that restore and preserve diverse ecosystems and habitats. You’re joining a global community of thousands of others who believe we can and must create a better future. While we don’t underestimate the immense challenge ahead, we know that collectively we are strong. Together, we can create a greener, more sustainable and equal world - not one that only benefits the few but a world that protects and values all inhabitants of our precious planet. It is not too late. Join us today and be part of the solution.

“The damage we are inflicting on species and ecosystems is so extensive and profound that scientists now believe we are witnessing Earth’s sixth mass extinction event—the last one marked the end of the dinosaurs.”

Sir David Attenborough

Did you know?

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There are an estimated 8.7 million species on Earth (but only 1.2 million have sp far been identified)



While it's impossible to put a price on nature. Estimates suggest biodiversity contributes more than $150 trillion of essential services each year —about twice the world’s GDP

Colin Langford_ cloudy leopard

Species are at risk of extinction due to human activities in the next few years 


With the dedication of conservationists, 48 species, including the Iberian lynx, Przewalski's horse, and Puerto Rican Amazon parrot have been rescued from the brink of extinction. 

What is Biodiversity?

Biodiversity encompasses life on our planet, from tiny bacteria to majestic blue whales and everything in-between. Each of these living organisms is an integral part of its own ecosystem, whether a vast ocean, dense forest, arid desert, frozen ice cap or bustling city. Through their collective efforts, every species collaborates to thrive and maintain its surroundings, creating a beautiful tapestry of biodiversity. It's a complex and fascinating concept that makes Earth an incredible place to call home.

The reason diversity within these ecosystems is so important is because it helps them to be more resilient, making it easier to withstand and recover from disruptions. Studies show that ecosystems with greater diversity are more capable of withstanding the effects of climate change, pests, and diseases. Additionally, they can adapt to changing circumstances while still fulfilling their essential roles.

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What does Biodiversity do for me?

It's important to remember biodiversity's impact on our daily lives. The United Nations has estimated that biodiversity contributes the equivalent of trillions of dollars worth of essential services each year. These services include air and water purification, climate regulation, soil fertility, seed dispersal, nutrient cycling and crop pollination, all of which are essential for the survival of many species, including humans. 

Biodiversity is also an important part of our cultural heritage. It is interwoven into our traditions, beliefs, and way of life. The diversity of plant and animal life has been a source of inspiration for art, literature, and music for centuries. Many cultures view certain species as sacred and believe they have spiritual significance. Without biodiversity, the world would be a barren and lifeless place. 

How can I help?

Tropical regions host unparalleled biodiversity, housing an abundance of unique and endangered species often found nowhere else on Earth. By strategically working in these areas, we help to play a crucial role in preserving these invaluable ecosystems, providing a sanctuary for numerous plant and animal species, and offering them protection, food, and vital breeding grounds. As these ecosystems flourish, they create a ripple effect, fostering the resilience of biodiversity on a global scale. This approach is a lifeline for countless species and contributes to global conservation efforts.

Your support also actively contributes to climate mitigation by reforesting and protecting tropical regions such as the Amazon rainforest, Gunung Palung National Park in Borneo or along the coastlines of Madagascar in Bombetoka or Kalamboro. These regions are not only some of the most biodiverse on Earth but also act as massive carbon sinks, absorbing and storing significant amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and slowing down the rate of climate change. This preservation and restoration of tropical forests is vital in mitigating climate change, ensuring a stable climate for countless species to thrive.

And this support goes far beyond trees. Unlike many other tree-planting organisations, we adopt an ecocentric approach, extending inherent value to all of nature. Through this, we support nature-led projects with local and Indigenous communities, particularly those with deep experience listening to or working harmoniously with the land they inhabit. By fostering local traditional knowledge, ensuring more ethical partnerships and sustainable forest stewardship, we can support the health of our planet and its inhabitants for generations to come.


We must stand up and take collective action. With your support, we can continue to restore and preserve the rich tapestry of life on this incredible planet. Will you be part of the solution?

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