We do this because the solutions to our most pressing challenges - climate change, biodiversity loss and threats to human health - lie in nature. Re:wild works with 500+ partners, most of whom are Indigenous peoples and local communities, in more than 80 countries.
Re:wild has partnered with the IUCN to look for plants, animals and fungi that have been lost to science for at least 10 years—sometimes hundreds of years. Together, we can protect and restore our planet.
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270 million acres actively conserved
100+ conservation areas created
100 threatened species actively conserved
33,000+ species benefitting
500+ partners in more than countries