Project Partners

 
 
Belize
Ya'axché Conservation Trust is a Belizean organization which aims to maintain healthy forests, rivers and reefs for the benefit of all. Through protected area management, advocacy, and working hand in hand with communities Ya'axché strives to develop capacity for the wise use of land and natural resources in and around the Maya Golden Landscape in Toledo.
Toledo Institute for Development and Environment (TIDE) is working with communities to promote sustainable use and management of the area’s rich resources, from the peaks of the highest forest ridges to the coral reefs of the ocean floor.

Kenya
Conservation Solutions Afrika is a conservation and natural resource management organization aimed at ensuring sustainable development by supporting best practice in natural resource management in Africa.
Ol Pejeta Conservancy works to conserve wildlife, provide a sanctuary for wildlife and to generate income through wildlife tourism and complementary enterprises for re-investment in conservation and community development.
Northern Rangelands Trust was established in 2004. Its mission is to develop resilient community conservancies which transform peoples' lives, secure peace and conserve natural resources. It does this in a number of ways.

Mexico
The National Commission of Natural Protected Areas (CONANP) works to conserve the natural heritage of Mexico through Protected Areas and other forms of preservation, by promoting a culture of conservation and the sustainable development of communities living in their own environment.
The College of the Southern Border (ECOSUR) is a center of scientific investigation, which seeks to contribute to the sustainable development of the southern border of Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean through the generation of knowledge, the formation of human capital and the linkage of social and natural sciences.
The Conservation Fund El Triunfo (FONCET) is a private equity fund established in 2002 that generates a portion of the required revenue, to ensure that the El Triunfo Biosphere Reserve's contemplated programs and projects have the basic operating expenses covered, and that the Reserve’s activities can proceed without financial limitations.
The National Institute of Forestry, Agriculture and Livestock Research (INIFAP) contributes to productive, competitive, equitable and sustainable development of agricultural and forestry chains, through the generation and adaptation of scientific knowledge and technological innovation and the formation of human resources to meet the demands and needs of the sector and benefit society.
AMBIO is a non-profit organization founded in 1998 which works with indigenous and rural communities in Chiapas to create programs and strategies for sustainable growth that mitigates climate change and strengthens communities.

Pronatura Sur is a non-profit organization founded in 1989 to conserve flora, fauna and ecosystems, while promoting the development of society in harmony with nature in Southern Mexico. Their strategy is to develop models of conservation the promote alternative natural resource use and management that benefit the communities.
The Nature Conservancy is a non-profit organization that has been working in Mexico since 1988. They achieve conservation success in Mexico by using cutting edge science, working with communities, creating management plans for protected areas, controlling the spread of invasive species and helping manage uncontrolled fire.

New Zealand
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) works to protect oceans and marine animals in New Zealand. They work with local communities to protect endangered species and are committed to inspiring people to take action on climate change.
Greater Wellington Regional Council works to promote Quality for Life by ensuring the environment is protected while meeting the economic, cultural and social needs of their community.

Peru
The National Service of Protected Natural Areas (SERNANP) coordinates and provides technical and administrative criteria for the conservation of protected natural areas in Peru. 
Association for Research and Integrated Development (AIDER) is a NGO committed to sustainable development and environmental conservation through the design, formulation and implementation of projects to develop business management skills and forest and environmental governance in indigenous communities. 
The Pontifical Catholic University of Peru is one of Peru's top universities, recognized by the quality of its teaching, research, publications, social responsibility, contribution to culture and undeniable academic and institutional leadership.