An alliance of conservation leaders working around the world to protect nature ethically
Helping meet humanity’s global biodiversity targets by promoting ethical conservation across the world’s lands and oceans
Birdlinks Armenia is a Yerevan-based NGO that works to protect birds and their habitats in Armenia. We use community-based monitoring, nature tourism, and sustainable agriculture to achieve our goals.
Center for the Study and Conservation of Birds of Prey in Argentina (CECARA)
CECARA is an Argentine NGO that studies and conserves birds of prey. We conduct research, provide advice, and raise awareness of these important birds.
Founded and headquartered in Haiti in 1992 FoProBiM is an apolitical, non- governmental, non-profit organization which was officially recognized by the Haitian government in 1995 as a foundation working on environment issues in the areas of sustainable development, education, research, monitoring, and environmental advocacy.
Melkus Family Foundation
The Melkus Family Foundation: We are a charitable organization that supports non-profit organizations that address social issues and promote systemic change.
Snow leopard Foundation Kyrgyzstan
Snow Leopard Foundation in Kyrgyzstan: We aim to conserve viable populations of snow leopards, their prey, and their habitats through scientific research, improving local communities' welfare, raising awareness of ecology, and assisting the government in improving conservation policies.
"The Ethical Conservation Alliance is the best way to secure the future of biodiversity. The Global South working together, from Asia, to Africa, to Latin America, and linking with the Global North in Europe and the United States, empowers and connects local leaders in megadiversity countries, something that is urgently needed in today´s world"
Dr. Rodrigo A Medellin,
Global South Bats & University of Mexico