Supported Organisations

- 20% of proceeds from your purchases will support organisations on the frontlines of conservation

around the world.


- Visit each organisation's website for more

information and how to further support them.

 SEED
   

Indigenous youth
Climate Network

 

Australia

'Seed is Australia’s first Indigenous youth climate network.

We are building a movement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people

for climate justice with the Australian Youth Climate Coalition.

Our vision is for a just and sustainable future with strong cultures and communities,

powered by renewable energy.

Climate change is one of the greatest threats facing humanity, but we also know it is an opportunity to create a more just and sustainable world.
 

Climate change is one of the greatest threats facing humanity, but we also know it is an opportunity to create a more just and sustainable world.'

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'In Australia, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are at the forefront of climate change, and as young people it’s our generation with the most at stake.

 

It’s our communities on the frontline who need to be at the forefront of change;

leading the solutions and building a society that is healthier, cleaner, more just and

puts people before profits.

That’s why we launched Seed: Australia’s first Indigenous youth­led climate network.

We are building a movement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people

for climate justice with the Australian Youth Climate Coalition.

Our vision is for a just and sustainable future with strong cultures and communities,

powered by renewable energy.'



For more information about the organisation, go to Seed's website:
https://www.seedmob.org.au/

All information on this page was sourced directly from each organisation's own website.

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Cikananga Wildlife Centre

Wildlife Rescue Centre


West Java,

Indonesia

'The Cikananga Wildlife Centre (Cikananga Foundation) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and its habitat in Indonesia.

Animal Rescue Program is one of the units of the Cikananga Foundation.  It aims to assist the government in an effort to rescue and conserve Indonesian wildlife and the habitat and also to encourage and enhance the efforts of law enforcement towards animal rescue. In the activities Cikananga Animal Rescue accommodates, trains and cares for the confiscated animal from the community who then released to the wild.'


Facilities
'The facilities which are built to keep and manage the animals include: cages, pens, aviaries, free-runs, ponds, etc. In 2001 Cikananga Wildlife Center realised capacity for over 1000 animals (both rescue and breeding activities). Of these facilities, only 25% was constructed by hired contractors, the remaining 75% was supervised by Cikananga Wildlife Center and constructed by the local community.'


Activities
'The main activity of Cikananga Animal Rescue is to provide for facilities and man power to facilitate confiscated wild animals and re-introduction to their habitats.
Other activities include rescuing of wild animals, maintaining of wild animals which are evidence for law suits, rehabilitation of wildlife, conservation awareness and education programs, conservation and wildlife trainings, and Awareness & Education programs.'


Reintroduction to wild
'Several re-introduction and release programs have been carried out following IUCN guidelines, including for species such as; Dusky Pademelon, Green Peafowl, Estuarine Crocodile, Javan Slow Loris, Pig-nosed Turtle, waterbirds, sea turtles, raptors, snakes, and other small mammals. Species such as orangutans, gibbons, macaques, Siamang and Proboscis Monkey have been relocated to specialized rehabilitation centers.'

 

For more information on the organisation,

visit: www.cikanangawildlifecenter.com

All information on this page was sourced directly from each organisation's own website.

*Everything is connected does not represent these organisations

Wildlife of the Central Highlands

Protecting Victoria's
Native Forests


Victoria,

Australia

'WOTCH is a volunteer-run grassroots organisation dedicated to protecting

Victoria's native forests through the use of citizen science,

community engagement and advocacy.

We use thermal and infrared video technology to search for threatened species

in forest earmarked for logging, in order to have the area protected.

In this way, WOTCH has managed to protect over 1500ha from logging

since it was established in 2014.

But sometimes surveying alone isn’t enough to save an area.

That’s when the WOTCH community steps in and bands together to tell our

elected representatives what we stand for, and we stand for forests.'

 

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'The catastrophic 2019–20 bushfires have had an unprecedented

impact on our native forests and wildlife.

Despite the devastation, logging continues.

WOTCH is taking legal action to protect threatened species affected

by the bushfires. Represented by Environmental Justice Australia,

we are arguing that VicForests is acting unlawfully by continuing to log their habitat.'

For more information on the organisation,

visit: https://www.wotch.org.au/

All information on this page was sourced directly from each organisation's own website.

*Everything is connected does not represent these organisations

Carbon Positive Australia

Restoring natural habit on degraded land


Australia

'Our approach to combat climate change is to take degraded, unused land and restore the natural habitat by planting a mix of native trees and shrubs that are indigenous to the area. Planting trees offsets the carbon emissions we humans create in our everyday activities. Every carbon offset you purchase, every tree you give, every dollar you donate, helps us to plant more trees and shrubs and restore more of the Australian landscape.'

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Trees

'For millions of years trees have been critical in maintaining safe levels of oxygen and carbon dioxide on our planet. Trees are the world’s single largest source of breathable oxygen and play a vital role in addressing climate change. They filter air, sequester carbon, provide oxygen, conserve soil and water, prevent desertification, and protect and stabilise ground cover.

In Australia, native trees assist in making our agricultural areas more sustainable – preventing salinity and soil erosion, and providing shade, shelter, food, and habitat to native animals. They provide a source of timber for fuel, wood, food, fodder, essential oils, gums, resins, latex, medicines and shade. In other words, the value of trees can’t be understated!'

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Native Trees & Biodiversity

'Biodiversity is essential to sustaining the living networks and ecosystems that provide us all with health, food, wealth, fuel and the vital services our lives depend on.

The link between climate change and biodiversity is well established and documented. Rapid climate change affects the ability for many species to adapt. As a variety of species become endangered and extinct, the natural biodiversity decreases.'

For more information on the organisation
visit: https://carbonpositiveaustralia.org.au/

All information on this page was sourced directly from each organisation's own website.

*Everything is connected does not represent these organisations