DELIVERING CONSERVATION DIFFERENTLY.
WHAT WE DO
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.
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.
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.
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.
People For Wildlife's Four Pillars
Promoting Corporate Stewardship
The value of natural landscapes is embedded in corporate decision making, and the private sector is participating and investing in nature-based solutions that deliver environmental, economic, and social benefits.
Investing in people and local communities
Conservation economies are empowering communities to achieve their sustainable development aspirations, and people are motivated to value biodiversity for its economic incentives, as well as the intrinsic cultural and social values.
Biodiversity and landscapes are understood, managed, enhanced, and safeguarded through conservation programs that are informed by the best available science and traditional knowledge.
Leading the conversation
Targeted knowledge brokering grows ‘circular restoration’ and ‘circular sustainability’ literacy and influences consumers and businesses to engage with and embed these concepts in their decision making.