Parks Victoria, Oceania: Ensuring parks are healthy and resilient for current and future generations. It is working to significantly increase community advocacy and engagement in parks and protected areas through outreach and programs that recognise the health and wellbeing benefits of nature.
New South Whales Office of Environment and Heritage, Oceania: Implements a broad range of activities to connect people to nature, including empowering youth and young professionals and educational and citizen science programs such as WilderQuest, Wild About Whales, Discovery and innovative children-centred experiences.
Nature Alberta, North America: A strong voice for the greater appreciation and conservation of Alberta’s natural environment. Through its core programs, Nature Alberta is helping Albertan’s of all ages learn about, appreciate and develop a connection with our province’s natural heritage.
New Zealand Department of Conservation, Oceania: Focused on engaging the hearts, hands and minds of all New Zealanders to conserve New Zealand’s unique environment. A crucial part of its role is to connect people to conservation, and inspire and support others to get involved.
Belgian Biodiversity Platform, Europe: A multidisciplinary team composed of natural and social scientists. Its mission is to catalyse improvement in the scientific process through innovative approaches and to serve as a facilitator between biodiversity researchers, policy and practice.
Scottish Natural Heritage, Europe: A public body whose vision is to see people value Scotland’s natural assets because they generate benefits for all, sustaining us and improving our economy, health, lifestyles and culture. It is working to build a more “environmental citizenship” approach which encourages, supports and empowers communities, businesses and other organisations to work with nature.