Asia’s last remaining great forests are amongst the most biodiverse in the world, home to orangutans, giant hornbills, tigers and Asiatic elephants.
The region is also home to the world’s most densely human populations which can lead to deforestation and depletion of wildlife.
Our works focuses on both the coexistence and landscape connectivity of space between people and wildlife. We work with on the ground conservationists, forest officials and governments to enlarge and reconnect protected areas as well as to improve the living conditions for all species, outside of these spaces.
Our projects have the added benefit of providing livelihoods to the rural poor, increasing carbon sinks and reducing air pollution across South Asia.