Leveraging Technology and Innovation For Conservation in The Congo Basin
The Congo Basin Institute at UCLA is a new network that drives research in Central Africa through technology development, science, capacity building, and local participation.
Building Capacity For Indigenous Climate Action
Indigenous Climate Action is the only Indigenous climate justice organization in Canada and is working to prioritize Indigenous peoples and communities as agents of change for climate change solutions.
Promoting Indigenous-Led Conservation and Nationhood
The Indigenous Leadership Initiative is an Indigenous-led effort to strengthen Indigenous Nationhood across Canada, as well as the cultural responsibility to conservation and a sustainable approach to development.
Pine Ridge Girl’s School: Empowering a New Generation of Water Activists
Anpo Wicahpi, the Pine Ridge Girls’ School, is an all-girls school that uses an empowerment and cultural rootedness approach to transform Lakota girls, living in one of the poorest counties in America into strong, activist, vocal community leaders.
Peoples Action Institute Project: Mni Wizipan Wakan Project
The Missouri River Basin is a threatened bioregion due to unmitigated abuse by extractive fossil fuel industries, aided and abetted by federal and local government policies and actions which deny sovereign and inherent Native rights to manage land and water resources.
Leuser Ecosystem Action Fund
LDF was instrumental in the creation of the Leuser Ecosystem Action Fund (LEAF). The Fund will invest in a range of conservation strategies to secure the long-term preservation of this ecosystem.
Protecting Four Pristine Rivers From Rapid Mining Development
The region encompassing South East Alaska and North West British Columbia is the world’s last and largest intact temporal rainforest. Four major pristine rivers, the Alsek, Taku, Stikine, and Unuk feed the salmon forest and sustain local communities.
Saving The Heart of Borneo Through Global Park Defense
Global Conservation protects endangered UNESCO World Heritage and national parks in developing countries through the deployment of Global Park Defense systems against wildlife poaching, illegal logging, and land clearing.
Strengthening Protection of Kayapo Indigenous Lands in The Brazilian Amazon
LDF’s support of the Wild Foundation will help increase the capacity for the Kayapo to monitor and defend their lands from illegal activity.
Wildlife Conservation in Northern Botswana
The Botswana Predator Conservation Trust conducts wildlife behavior and communication research on free ranging wildlife in Northern Botswana.
Mali Chimpanzee Habitat & Viability Assessment
The Jane Goodall Institute’s proposed work in Mali is part of the Institute’s 30-year goal to protect Africa’s wild chimpanzee populations across the natural chimpanzee range.
Understanding Threatened Ecosystems And Training The Conservation Army
Founded by Dr. Thomas Lovejoy, the Amazon Biodiversity Center is a conservation research project in the Brazilian Amazon that studies the impacts of fragmentation on rainforest ecosystems.
Through collaborative partnerships, we support innovative projects that protect vulnerable wildlife from extinction, while restoring balance to threatened ecosystems and communities. Our work is divided into six main program areas – Wildlands Conservation, Oceans Conservation, Climate Change, Indigenous Rights, Transforming California, and Innovative Solutions.Explore Our Programs