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9 November 2018

When nature thrives, so do we

Did you know that globally, nature provides services worth around $125 trillion a year? :O As we go about our daily lives, it’s easy to forget that we depend on nature for every single thing! From the very air we’re breathing right now, to the food we love, and the water we drink to quench our thirst, we simply can’t survive without nature and all that it provides.
7 November 2018

Nothing natural about nature’s steep decline: WWF report reveals staggering extent of human impact on planet

Humanity and the way we feed, fuel and finance our societies and economies is pushing nature and the services that power and sustain us to the brink, according to WWF’s Living Planet Report 2018.
30 August 2018

Conservation Wins!

A curation of conservation success stories from across the world to keep you inspired to help #ChangeClimateChange and protect planet earth.
15 June 2018

Partnerships for a sustainable future!

From individuals, to businesses and communities, tackling one of our planet’s biggest environmental challenges requires everyone to be a part of the solution. Together, we believe we can create a future where people and nature live in harmony, and here are some examples of businesses that have dedicated themselves toward that vision :)
13 March 2018

Biodiversity and climate: joining the dots for a sustainable future

The importance of biodiversity and what the Paris Agreement means for our planet.
7 March 2018

A tale of three cities and a trillion trees

Forests are rich with resources and wildlife, and protecting them helps not just plants and animals, but also our own mental and physical well-being! Plant for the Planet is an initiative that encourages youths to plant trees and help save our planet, and they have a new goal to plant a trillion trees! Find out more about them here.
21 March 2017

Forests working for people, nature – and climate

Forests are essential to life – our life – on Earth, providing vital ecosystem services like clean air, water, food, timber, medicine and much, much more. Did you know that after oceans, forests are the world’s largest storehouses of carbon? In tropical forests alone, a quarter of a trillion tonnes of carbon is stored in above and below ground biomass. With climate change rising on the global environmental agenda, the way we value forests needs to be taken seriously too.