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We don't need to reinvent the planet.
We need to rewild it.


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.

First-of-its-kind study definitively shows that conservation actions have significantly positive impacts for biodiversity.

What does sound look like? On April 8, 2024 abstract artist Sarah Kraning painted the sounds of wildlife during the solar eclipse in support of Re:wild.

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Our Impact

460 million acres in active conservation with partners

500+ partners in more than 80 countries

100+ new conservation areas created

200 threatened species actively conserved

33,000+ species benefitting

Discover some of our projects, and the partners and people we work with, around the world.
AmazoniaThere’s no place on Earth quite like Amazonia.
Indio Maíz-TortugueroOne of Mesoamerica's Five Great Forests.
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Leuser EcosystemThe last wild place where Rhinos, Asian Elephants, Sumatran Orangutans, and Tigers share a home.
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Mounts Iglit-Baco Natural ParkA critically important place for Tamaraw and Indigenous peoples.
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The Galápagos Restoring a living museum and showcase of evolution.
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