The Cincinnati Zoo's Project Saving Species raises funds for field conservation projects across the globe, ranging from western lowland gorilla studies in the Congo to promoting the coexistence of people and lions in Kenya.
Coca-Cola is working with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to empower 50,000 smallholder fruit farmers in Kenya and Uganda. This $11.5 million partership is designed to double the fruit income of mango and passion fruit farmers.
ExxonMobil, as a leading energy-producer in Equatorial Guinea, has collaborated with BBPP since 2002, providing long-term support that is essential for tracking trends and providing meaningful information for governmental action.
Using their scale and expertise to help their clients identify and reduce environmental and social risks while capitalizing on new opportunities created by the transition to a more sustainable global economy.
Stewardship of the forestland and surrounding habitat is ingrained in International Paper's DNA and ensuring that forests continue to thrive globally and in the U.S. is a key part of their commitment to a better tomorrow.
Mars is working directly with fishermen to develop a sustainable alternate livelihood business model to produce ornamental fish, which is increasing family incomes in small island coastal communities in Indonesia and driving responsible change in the glbal petcare market.
PG&E continously strives to deliver safe, reliable, and affordable natural gas and electric service to its customers by partnering with stakeholders to achieve balance between environmental needs, energy reliability, and well-being.
In Africa, Southeast Asia, and South America, the Rare Species Fund supports varied grassroots wildlife conservation programs and enlists local people in the development and fulfillment of these projects.
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainemnt is a primary supporter and administrator of the SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund. Since its creation, the Fund has granted over $9 million to local, national, and international projects.
Vulcan Inc. is a nimble private company based in Seattle, Washington working to solve some of the biggest global issues. The projects and investments we pursue are inspired by the ideas of our founder Paul G. Allen and tethered to a simple principle; we use data to inform our efforts and seek out opportunities that can make a positive impact—and share what we learn.
Organized by The WILD Foundation and other global partners, the World Wilderness Congress (WWC) is the longest-running international, public, environmental program, and takes a strategic, multi-faceted approach to conservation.
Volkswagen Group is integrating the economic value of important environmental benefits into business decision-making to ensure the security of our supply chain and the prosperity of the communities in which we operate.