Our collaborative projects support and make visible a global community of rewilders working on the ground to restore our planet’s most threatened ecosystems.
Global Youth Ecosystem Restoration Curriculum
The UN Decade Restoration Challenge for Education 6.2 seeks to address a critical issue in global education systems. Youth need knowledge and information based on solid science that addresses the huge environmental problems their generation faces. Our collaborate goal is to empower #GenerationRestoration through an interactive Ecosystem Restoration Curriculum for youth between 10-16 and 16-35 years, as part of the UN Decade Action Plan.
Hargila Army – women saving the Greater Adjutant Stork
Purnima Devi Barman’s Hargila Army of local women protect the critically endangered Greater Adjutant Stork in rural Assam, India. The project aids women’s livelihoods and restores habitat through planting trees and wetland restoration.
Ecosystem restoration curriculum for students and young professionals
Responding to the call of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, this project will develop an interactive Ecosystem Restoration Curriculum. The project will empower students and young professionals worldwide to address the triple environmental crisis: biodiversity loss, climate change and pollution.