5 Ways You Can Halt the 6th Great Extinction

Did you know that in the first half of 2017, WILD made it easier for people like you to help end the biodiversity crisis and halt the Sixth Great Extinction? You read that right! In April of this year WILD and the core members of the Nature Needs Half Network met for...

Nature Needs Us to Work Together with China

How often do you think about your relationship with China? If you’re anything like me before WILD launched the WILD China Project 18 months ago, probably not a lot. Even though we are all enmeshed in an intimate market-based relationship that we experience personally...

Mali’s elephants get a new ally

While poaching ravished wildlife in much of Africa, not a single elephant has been poached in Mali since the new Malian Combined Army-Ranger Anti-Poaching Brigade was deployed six months ago. Now, our field team has added three new furry members to the crew. Join us...

Global business leadership unites with Kayapo leaders

Flashbay, a global company specializing in customized technology products that promote paperless working, is announcing an important new partnership with the WILD Foundation and the Kayapo Project, which will strengthen the defense of the Amazonian rainforest and a...

The Mali Elephant Project wins big!

In a drought-prone zone rife with resource conflicts and violent extremism, the Mali Elephant Project (MEP) brings together various ethnic groups to effectively manage local resources and protect an internationally important population of 350 endangered African...

Gaming for Wilderness

This week, thousands of gamers are coming together to support wild nature by playing The Legend of Zelda’s Breath of the Wild and donating to the WILD Foundation.     It all began when a young man named Matthew Moffit, better known as MC, created a virtual...

Protecting Earth’s last remaining primary forests

Primary forests – often to referred to as “old growth” forests – are critical to nature conservation efforts – and to human wellbeing worldwide. They have the highest biodiversity, they produce the highest quality freshwater, serve as watersheds to many of the world’s...
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