Current Projects

Please see below for the projects that our members and supporters voted to fund this year:
 
Strengthening Human-Elephant Coexistence, Ghana Forest Elephants

Conservation Alliance International (CA) aims to improve wildlife and habitat management, and create wealthier healthier communities for local people and visitors. Its purpose is to empower communities in Africa to lead in biodiversity conservation and create opportunities for economic growth.

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Maloti-Drakensberg’s Vanishing vultures, South Africa Lesotho, Kingdom of the Bearded Vulture

Endangered Wildlife Trust was founded in 1973 and operates throughout southern and East Africa, focusing on the conservation of threatened species and ecosystems.

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Coral for the Climate! Coral Reef Ecosystem Expansion, Zanzibar Surveying the damaged reef

Africa Foundation aims to nurture, restore and protect wild landscapes and seascapes by empowering the communities that are the custodians of these systems.

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Reducing Plastic Pollution in San Quintín Bay, Mexico The scale of the problem

Terra Peninsular, A.C. is a non-profit civil association with activities in favor of the conservation of Baja California's ecosystems, sustainable management of the region's natural resources, protection of flora and fauna, and promotion of community participation.

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Critical Habitat Restoration for the Long-wattled Umbrellabird, Ecuador Male Umbrella Bird. Photo Maxine Aliaga

Fundación para la Conservación de los Andes Tropicales (FCAT) is a grassroots Ecuadorian NGO dedicated to empowering local communities to restore vanishing forests and conserve endangered species.

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Feel Good at "Talgud": Practical Nature Conservation, Estonia Black Stork nest

Estonian Fund for Nature (SA Eestimaa Looduse Fond; stands for the preservation of natural diversity. It keeps an eye on the Estonian government in their processes of drawing up environmental regulations and of compiling development plans, participates in and convenes with different parties to plan discussions, restores damaged areas, and advises on sustainable management practices.

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Community Loggerhead Conservation, Boa Vista Island, Cape Verde Hatchlings trapped in marine debris

Cabo Verde Natura 2000 defends the environment, the conservation of natural resources and their ecosystems, the promotion of sustainable development and the preservation of the historical and archaeological heritage in the Cape Verde archipelago.

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Fell Care Days including Great Cumbrian Litter Picks, UK Fell Care Day

Friends of the Lake District aims to: care for the scenic beauty, rich wildlife and historic heritage of our county’s landscapes; ensure Cumbria's landscapes are passed on to future generations in as good or better condition than they are now; and encourage people to appreciate our special county – everyone has a right to enjoy Cumbria’s magnificent landscapes.

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The Plasticfree Peaks CleanUP Tour 2022, Germany & Austria Photo credit: www.plasticfreepeaks.com

Patron’s mission through its initiative Plasticfree Peaks is to take an active role in the protection, restoration, and conservation of wild spaces by actively fighting plastic pollution. Their goal is to inspire action, and to awaken the protective instinct that lives in each of us.

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Zero Waste Mountain, France Stop Waste Tour credit Yann Lamaison

Mountain Riders is a non-profit organisation promoting ecological transition in the mountains since 2001. It works with citizens, pupils, companies, or ski resorts all around France to sensitize them about sustainability in the mountains and help them to improve their practices through pedagogical tools and concrete actions.

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CleanALP - Protect and clean our mountains, Italy Rubbish found in remote places

The European Research Institute (ERI) is a non-profit organisation that works to promote research and experimentation for innovation in scientific and social fields. Its main objective is to improve the environment, economic, and cultural conditions of European citizens and promote respect for the territory and the living being.

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 Let’s Do It Ourselves (DIO) - Protecting and Enhancing our outdoor playgrounds Trail Clean (Photo credit: Sam Dugon)

Trash Free Trails (TFT) is a community-focussed, non-profit organisation; a positive call to arms for riders, runners, and roamers alike. TFT exists to protect our trails and the wild places they take us, and they are starting with single use pollution (aka; Litter!).

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If you are an individual who loves the great outdoors and would like to support our projects, please click the donate button below.
The grant from the EOCA kick started WLT’s support of a new and vital Elephant Corridor project from Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand, northern India, where local communities, currently encountering conflict with Elephants and Tigers are very keen to be relocated. As well as providing vital funding for this project the EOCA grant leveraged match-funding from another WLT donor which is testament to the importance of the EOCA’s support.
John A Burton, CEO, World Land Trust