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Doing a PR job for Asia’s wildlife

Asian elephants are the underdogs of elephant conservation, receiving a fragment of the media and financial attention of their African cousins, despite being outnumbered 10:1. They are the poster child for a tapestry of majestic wildlife struggling to live in human dominated landscapes.

Over the past 15 years, we have been shining a multi coloured spotlight on the plight of Asia’s wildlife via high profile public art campaigns such as Elephant Parade, Travels to my Elephant and The Big Egg Hunt, and headline-grabbing events such as The Animal Ball.

CoExistence

Saturday 15th May marked the launch of the biggest environmental campaign of the year. CoExistence.⁠⁠
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The CoExistence herd arrives at a unique moment in time when a global reduction in human activity has had a positive effect on wildlife. Elephants may be giants but they tread softly. This 100-strong herd reminds us that when we lighten our footprint, wildlife bounces back.⁠⁠

The Animal Ball

Celebrating the beauty and brilliance of our natural world whilst raising substantial funds for conservation priorities across Asia.

Travels to my elephant

An intrepid race across India raising millions for conservation.

The Big Egg Hunt

From London to New York, the world's biggest egg hunt uses giant decorated eggs to raise funds for elephant conservation.

Elephant Parade

We are the official charity partner of this social enterprise, combining social enterprise that combines art, business and conservation.

Support Asia's wildlife

A donation from you will make such a difference to our work creating landscapes that allow humans and wildlife to live in peaceful coexistence.

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August 12, 2021

World Elephant Day 2021

Celebrate World Elephant Day by meeting some of the CoExistence herd's living counterparts!

July 26, 2021

A thousand times, thank you!

CoExistence would not have been possible if it weren't for the incredible support of all of our sponsors and partners.

July 26, 2021

CoExistence: What’s next?

Now that the herd have migrated to their forever homes, find out how you can continue to play a role in the CoExistence story.