How can you help?
If you're interested in Climate Change or other environmental issues and want to find out more why not look into the three charities recommended by Sir David Attenborough. We will be adding more information to this section including details of key projects that each charity is working on, but for now, please visit their websites listed below.
The World Land Trust (WLT)
The World Land Trust is an international conservation charity based in the UK. Founded in 1989 as the World Wide Land Conservation Trust, the WLT has been working to preserve the world's most biologically important and threatened lands, helping in the purchase and protection of over 400,000 acres of habitats rich in wildlife, in Asia, Central and South America and the UK.
Help The World Land Trust save an acre of Tropical Forest or other endangered wildlife habitat by clicking on the link below.
Fauna and Flora International (FFI)
When founded in 1903, Fauna & Flora International was the world’s first international conservation organization pioneering work in Africa to lead to the creation of numerous protected areas, including Kruger and Serengeti National Parks.
As Fauna & Flora International expanded it became successful in giving conservation a voice on the international stage, drawing worldwide attention to the plight of rare and endangered species.
It was also instrumental in establishing many global and local conservation infrastructures, such as the World Wide Fund for Nature, IUCN - The World Conservation Union, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna & Flora and conservation instruments such as the IUCN Red List of endangered species.
Make a donation to the FFI using the link below.
The Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF)
WWF is the world’s leading environmental organisation. Founded in 1961 and now active in over 100 countries they use their combination of practical experience, knowledge and credibility, to work alongside governments, businesses and communities, so that people and nature thrive within their fair share of the planet’s natural resources. With the WWF, you can adopt an animal or even lobby your local government.
Become a member or adopt an animal using the link below.