Our partners for this project have been carefully selected to ensure that we are all aligned and they do in fact do what they say they do which is important to us. We have selected groups from all over the world involved in a diverse range of conservation projects. Our partners will be our guiding light for our journey as much of what we do will be focussed on supporting their projects to the best of our abilities.

Mossy Earth

We work with one mission in mind, to restore wild ecosystems, support wildlife and biodiversity and help fight climate change. To see our approach, projects, transparency, team etc watch our YouTube channel here and you can learn more here.


We empower conservationists to protect and restore nature everywhere. Our vision is that every conservationist has access to the skills and network they need to progress their career and make a meaningful difference for our natural world, no matter who they are or where they are from. Learn more here.

Rewilding Britain

Rewilding Britain helps create a wilder Britain that improves lives for people, nature and the climate. Rewilding is the large-scale restoration of nature until it can take care of itself – and us – again. It’s about restoring nature’s remarkable web of life, including habitats, natural processes and, where appropriate, missing species. Rewilding Britain wants to see rewilding flourishing across Britain, reconnecting us with nature, sustaining communities, and tackling the climate emergency and extinction crisis.

We’re inspiring a movement of rewilders across Britain’s land and seas. So that together we can ensure a wilder, nature-rich future that benefits us all. Learn more here.

International Anti-Poaching Foundation (IAPF)

Taking on some of the largest biodiversity conservation projects on the continent, the IAPF delivers ecological stability and long-term protection of large-scale wilderness landscapes by supporting and empowering local communities. We: Connect: through scalable, innovative landscape conservation. Protect: through sustainable community empowerment programs. Restore: through effective leadership, research, & partnerships. Learn more here.

Akashinga: The Brave Ones is a National Geographic film produced by three-time Academy Award winner James Cameron that was made in partnership with the IAPF. It explores the innovative program the IAPF established which harnesses the power of the local community to combat poaching, the courageous female rangers, and the noble animals they protect. Watch the full film here.


We believe young people are the change-agents our planet needs to be a healthy and thriving home for all life.  CoalitionWILD connects and equips the world’s young change-makers to tackle our planet’s greatest conservation challenges. CoalitionWILD is building a powerful, globally connected community of emerging leaders to transform the planet through youth-driven solutions. We work to create lasting youth leadership for the planet through capacity building initiatives that produce youth-led action, benefitting both the environment and local communities. Learn more here.

Global Forest Generation

Global Forest Generation (GFG) restores forest ecosystems across vast landscapes. Partnering with grassroots leaders and communities, we’re regenerating forest ecosystems for their vital roles in preserving water and wildlife and serving as nature’s massive reservoirs for carbon emissions. We ensure that long-term forest stewardship by indigenous communities sustains their livelihoods and culture. Learn more here.

Watch a short documentary here about our flagship initiative to restore the high Andes, Acción Andina as part of The Ecoprenuers series.

Project Seagrass

Project Seagrass is an marine conservation charity dedicated to ensuring that seagrass meadows are protected globally, for the biodiversity and people that depend on them. Project Seagrass was created with the approach of turning cutting-edge research into effective conservation action and education schemes, by collaborating with local communities and other stakeholders. Learn more here.

Children Nature Network

We believe that the well-being of children and the wild places we love are inextricably linked. And while research tells us that regular time outdoors is essential for children’s healthy development, today’s kids are less connected to nature than ever before. We support a global movement of leaders working to turn the trend of an indoor childhood back out to the benefits of nature — and to make sure that all children have equitable access to outdoor spaces where they can learn, play and grow. Learn more here.

Our support partners for Project Wild Earth are the best in the world for what we were looking for. We’re very grateful to be partnered with such great companies and appreciate all the support they have provided to help make this dream a reality.

Rab Equipment

High-performance clothing, backpacks & sleeping bags for mountain sports, climbing, and the great outdoors. Rab is a climate neutral company. Learn more here.


Jackery offers an array of portable power supply solutions, including solar generators, portable power stations and solar panels. Learn more here.