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Our mission is to mitigate environmental disasters that negatively impact people, animals, ecosystems and economies. And where disasters have already hit, to help Mother Earth recover.
We promote our comprehensive 3-pillar “Planetary Health” approach:
Take a course, download a training manual, or watch online lectures. For example the CTOC course offers 17 modules in how to stop wildlife trafficking. And more to come.
|CTOC CERTIFICATE PROGRAM|
|Find Case studies of scalable model projects demonstrating successful practices. Yours can be added, too.|
|Access an inspirational project library from our frontline organizations.|
|Watch Video Testimonials and Podcast Discussions.|
|Find Protectors Profiles (will grow over time as partners and members add their own).|
Our community is offering peer support, shared lessons across cultures and borders, and discussions on global trends and solutions.
Earth needs help. Global warming, species and biodiversity loss, and pandemics are on the rise, threatening the planet and all of us who live here.
These pressing environmental crises share similar drivers: Habitat destruction, industrial agriculture, and wildlife trafficking. They also point to the same solution framework: we call it Planetary Health
Changing the behavior of existing and potential consumers of wildlife is key to reducing long-term pressure on endangered species. The iTHINK BEHAVIOR CHANGE TOOLKIT is comprehensive suite of materials that can be tailor-made for any situation
The Wildlife Friendly Skies toolkit has been designed to help educate members of the aviation industry about wildlife trafficking, how it exploits the aviation sector and how aviation staff can help.
The WILDSCAN SMARTPHONE APP enables everyone to identify commonly trafficked wildlife and wildlife parts.
Originally designed for frontline law enforcement officers and transport sector workers to correctly identify, report and handle commonly trafficked species, the app also encourages civil society to report wildlife in local markets.