Protecting and regenerating habitats is also known as ‘re-wilding’. Find out how you can help us re-wild the world and protect our animal friends by fighting against deforestation and the destruction of natural habitats.
For every purchase of our Limited Edition British Rose Hand Cream, we’ll donate £1 to help re-wild the world through our World Bio-Brides Mission. We want to reach our target of £650,000 to support organisations like Fauna and Flora International (FFI) and the Queensland Koala Crusaders.
We’ve been building bio-bridges all over the world to help protect animals and their natural habitats. ‘Bio-bridges’ are restored wildlife corridors in damaged landscapes that help endangered species to reconnect, breed and thrive again.
Our World Bio-Bridges Mission aims to enrich biodiversity around the world by protecting and regenerating 75 million square metres of habitat and building 10 bio-bridges by 2020.
With Fauna & Flora International (FFI), we aim to plant around 10,000 trees in the wild fruit and nut forests of Kyrgyzstan. These forests help provide sanctuary for key bird species, including the endangered Egyptian vulture. The project will also engage hundreds of locals living in the region in forest health and improving the sustainability of forest harvests.
With the Queensland Koala Crusaders, we aim to plant 12,000 trees and restore over 30 hectares of cleared land in Queensland, Australia. This project will help turn the tide against the loss of habitat in the area, which is recognised as a biosphere reserve. Reconnecting and restoring this former timber plantation will help the threatened koala population to eventually thrive again.
With Red Panda Network of Nepal, we’re helping protect endangered red pandas in the Himalayas. We’re regenerating the forest by building a bio-bridge and planting more red panda food – including their favourite, bamboo!
With World Land Trust and Wildlife Trust of India, we’re building a bio-bridge to help protect endangered elephants at risk from the destruction of their habitat. The World Land Trust (WLT) protects the world’s most biologically important and threatened habitats. Our relationship dates back many years.
Here we are helping fund the protection of the Khe Nuoc Trong forest. Funds are also allocated to species surveys and community engagement projects to raise local awareness of the endangered species in particular the Red-shanked Douc like our pal Reggie.
In the Batang Toru forest on Sumatra, we’re supporting the establishment of a Forest Management Unit to help protect the southernmost population of critically endangered orangutans and endangered species like the Sumatran Tiger. Here, we work with the Orangutan Land Trust, which help ensure there are safe forest areas set aside for orangutans and the species that accompany them.
Here, we’re working with Wildlife Conservation Society-Malaysia (WCS-MY) to prevent habitat fragmentation, the greatest threat to endangered animals like critically endangered Malayan tigers and endangered Asian elephants. We want to help this critically endangered wildlife roam in the larger protected landscape of Endau Rompin
In Tanzania, we are working with our local partner, Mpingo Conservation & Development Initiative (MCDI), to create connections between forests, wildlife and rural communities. We will support rural communities to benefit from sustainable FSC-certified timber sales, with the revenues generated providing incentives for forest and wildlife habitat conservation.