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We protect and restore biodiversity by co-designing economic opportunity with Indigenous People and Local Communities, driven by industry-leading businesses committed to creating positive change.

It's good for wildlife, it's good for people, and it's good for business.

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The Challenge

Increasing global challenges like climate change, habitat loss, resource depletion, and economic inequities need more than a business-as-usual approach.


To have the balanced, well-functioning ecosystems that our global well-being relies on, we must bring solutions that involve local people and local communities. 


The Opportunity

As recognised in the landmark

Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity

Framework, nature-based solutions have an

important role to play in addressing global challenges.

By developing strategic community partnerships and connection to key biodiversity hotspots offers a means to achieving environmental and social impact, and solutions that connect at both a local, and global level. 

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Our Methodology

Circular Restoration 

Part of our unique approach is developing circular restoration, which combines pillars of circular economy - that is sustainable development and social inclusion - with the pillars of landscape restoration - that aims to regain ecological integrity and enhance human well-being in degraded natural landscapes. 

Our Model

People For Wildlife's Four Pillars

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