Adventure Scientists

- May 14, 2019

Adventure Scientists is a nonprofit organization based in Bozeman, MT that equips partners with data collected from the outdoors that are crucial to addressing environmental challenges. By leveraging the skills of the outdoor adventure community we are able to gather difficult-to-obtain data at any scale, in any environment. These partnerships have revealed the extent of microplastic pollution, led to discoveries that are improving agricultural efficiency, provided key information to guide climate change decision-making, and helped protect threatened wildlife habitat around the world.

Amigos Bravos

- Jan 18, 2019

Amigos Bravos, headquartered in Taos, New Mexico, has a 30-year history of successfully protecting and restoring waters across the state. Our major victories include: Superfund cleanup of the Red River from impacts of the Chevron/Molycorp Mine; permanent Congressional protection for the 100,000-acre Valle Vidal from oil and gas development; the mandated clean-up of over 400 toxic dumpsites at Los Alamos National Laboratory; and reintroduction of the native river otter to New Mexico.

Animal-Kind International

- Apr 17, 2018

Animal-Kind International raises much-needed funds for their partner Animal Rescue and Protection Organizations. Their partners in resource-poor countries work in their communities to help animals and to change attitudes and behaviors toward them. Animal-Kind International partners have the necessary experience, drive, skills and knowledge, but need financial support as it's difficult to raise money for animal rescue and protection in their countries.

Animal Kindness Beyond Borders

Cheetah Conservation Fund

- Apr 17, 2018

Cheetah Conservation Fund is the world’s leading organization dedicated to saving the cheetah in the wild. Founded by Dr. Laurie Marker in 1990, CCF has created a set of integrated programs aimed at addressing the principle threats to the cheetah.

Forecasting a Future for Cheetahs

Saving Big Cats: an interview with Dr. Laurie Marker

Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance

- May 14, 2019

At the Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance (CBA), our mission is to promote swimmable, fishable waterways in our community through monitoring, education, restoration and research.

Healthy local waterways are the foundation of our economic security and identity. We are driven to provide a sustainable Choctawhatchee Basin for future generations. CBA inspires water stewardship, continually growing a network of supporters to protect our precious natural resources.

We collaborate with our stakeholders to: collect data for informed decisions; engage residents to become active stewards; promote healthy shorelines, wetlands and waterways; and to identify and execute projects to solve specific problems.

Christo and Wilkinson Photography

- May 15, 2019

Christo and Wilkinson Photography

Christo and Wilkinson Photography has been photographing and interviewing indigenous, place-based people throughout eastern and southern Africa for more than a decade. Wildlife became an integral part of their work as they came to appreciate how such people survived and thrived in a seemingly inhospitable environment. Expanding on years of documentary photography, still images naturally evolved to moving images to give voice to those who might not otherwise be heard.

Christo and Wilkinson Photography created the documentary film “Walking Thunder: Ode to the African Elephant,” which strives to be a poetic, intimate documentary focusing on a remarkable being, the elephant, and underscoring the essential role of “the other,” which the non-human plays in the mind and spiritual ecology of humankind. A child’s eyes and wonder allow us to reconnect with our own childhood awe and respect for the wild while helping to remind us of the legacy we will leave to future generations.

Cultural Survival

- May 15, 2018

Cultural Survival has been advocating for Indigenous Peoples' rights, and supporting Indigenous communities’ self-determination, cultures and political resilience since 1972. We envision a future that respects and honors Indigenous Peoples' inherent rights and dynamic cultures — deeply and richly interwoven in lands, languages, spiritual traditions and artistic expression, and rooted in self-determination and self-governance. 

Current Conservation

- Jun 15, 2021

Current Conservation is a not-for-profit quarterly print and online magazine that works with scientists, science writers, and artists across the world to tell stories from the field of conservation in a manner that engages both scientific and non-scientific audiences. A distinguishing factor of CC’s work is our visual design. All CC articles go through a detailed art editing process to create rich, perceptive illustrations that amplify the stories that our writers tell and deepen the reader’s engagement with the content. We also publish an annual supplement titled ‘Current Conservation Kids’ (CC Kids) that brings stories from conservation written specifically for children and young adults.

E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation

- Apr 17, 2018

The E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation fosters a knowing stewardship of our world through biodiversity research and education initiatives that promote and inform worldwide preservation of our biological heritage. The E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation believes that by enhancing the public’s understanding of biodiversity, they can nurture a culture in which people are inspired to conserve and protect the natural world.

Learning at the E.O. Wilson Biophilia Center

The Future of Life

Earth Law Center

- May 06, 2018

Earth Law Center works to transform the law to recognize, honor, and protect nature’s inherent rights to exist, thrive and evolve. We do this by building a force of advocates for nature's rights at local and international levels. We partner with local organizations create new laws that recognize rights of rivers, oceans, coastal and land ecosystems. 

Earthfire Institute Wildlife Sanctuary and Retreat Center

- Apr 17, 2018

Earthfire Institute Wildlife Sanctuary and Retreat Center

Earthfire Institute’s mission is to serve as a small but powerful seed center, generating new perspectives on our relationship with nature to change the way that people see, and therefore treat, wildlife and nature. It strives to accomplish this by developing deep relationships and insights with the rescued animals of the Earthfire Institute Wildlife Sanctuary that they can then share with others through conversation and storytelling. Earthfire is at the forefront of integrating wild animals’ voices into our awareness, considerations and decisions, resulting in an expanded sense of community that truly includes all living beings, and opening the door to a richer and more sustainable future.

Ecological Citizen

- Apr 17, 2018

The Ecological Citizen is a peer-reviewed, free-to-access journal that provides a forum for inspiring and mobilizing discussion with an Earth-centered perspective. Published online twice a year by a small team of volunteers, it has no financial affiliations and no publication charges. The journal's core aims are: to advance ecological knowledge; to champion Earth-centered action; to inspire ecocentric citizenship; to promote ecocentrism in political debates; and to nurture an ecocentric lexicon.