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What we do
To achieve our mission we work on many fronts, at many levels, with many people, in many ways, each with its own timeline and milestones, but all linked by the sole objective of delivering what Nature needs.
We address the fundamental issue of biodiversity and the policies and places needed to protect it.
We are passionate about World Heritage, the noble universal means to identify and protect those areas of outstanding value for all people for all time, and which humanity cannot afford to lose.
We work to build the National Park estate and on the laws that do or should protect it.
We try to ensure our forests, the home of most species on Earth, can survive and thrive. We work with industries that, for generations, have used and changed them for the poorer, because by working together, building respect and trust, new solutions can be found that meet all our needs in often surprising ways.
We work at healing Nature, on the ground, engaging communities, using science to guide and learn, to find better ways that ecological restoration can, affordably, recover what’s lost at scales that matter.