Google Earth Outreach, Global: Working with nonprofit and public benefit groups to use Google Earth and other Google mapping tools to tell their stories about nature, conservation, and our planet. Google Earth Outreach believes that these tools can inspire citizens, policy makers, and new generations, strengthening access to information and understanding of our planet at every scale, allowing us to help people take action on our nature, biodiversity, and sustainable development goals.
HECT Consultancy, Europe: Specializing in enabling positive change through strategic communication. As part of their work, HECT Consultancy is committed to raising awareness about nature and its values, facilitating opportunities for people to experience nature, and creating transformational moments that lead to lifelong personal connections with it.
Frogleaps, Europe: Supporting professionals by providing easy-to-use and step-by-step courses, training and consultation. As part of their work. Frogleaps is committed to raising awareness about nature and its values, facilitating opportunities for people to experience nature, and creating transformational moments that lead to lifelong personal connections with it.
Habitat the Game, Global: A touch-based mobile social game that combines traditional mobile gaming with real world environmental activities and imaginative play to engage kids with protecting the environment. Utilizing gaming technology, Habitat the Game is able to get players outside exploring and interacting with their environment.
Francois Odendaal Productions, South Africa: help raise awareness about nature and its values in an entertaining format, facilitate opportunities for people to experience nature through our work, especially youth, and thus create transformational moments that lead to lifelong personal connections with it.
Project Hippocampus, South America: Aims its scientific research and environmental education for the conservation of Brazilian species of seahorses. Support local community projects in connecting with their local environment.
Bluebottle Films, Oceania: A partnership of two award-winning documentary filmmakers from the northern beaches in Sydney, Australia, who have dedicated their lives to producing works about the land and the sea. Through film, they aim to create a stronger public bond with marine sanctuaries and to create more awareness about the special role that people play in saving the world’s oceans.
Internet of Elephants: One of the first organizations to use a for-profit model for wildlife conservation. Its community of technologists, conservationists, educators, game designers, and strategists are working to inspire a global culture of conservation.
Litterati: A global community that’s “crowdsource-cleaning” the planet one piece of litter at a time.
Habitat Stepping Stones:Making it easy to find beautiful food, water and shelter elements to add to a backyard or balcony to create a habitat stepping stone for local wildlife.
TakingITGlobal: A charity devoted to harnessing the power technology to advance sustainable development, human rights and youth development, who also understands the importance of disconnecting and getting out into nature to experience the majestic beauty of the natural world. Committed to empowering young people to experience and protect nature and to enabling organizations working towards this goal to connect and collaborate through our platforms.
GreenSpot Travel:A leading designer of customized eco-luxury vacation experiences in iconic destinations like Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, and Iceland. GreenSpot.Travel designs and delivers transformative travel experiences that connect travelers to nature, wildlife, and conservation.
TINTA VITAL: A Mexican start-up company, produces comic books for wilderness conservation. TINTA VITAL is committed to creating inspiring comic books that enhance awareness, love and commitment, all for the conservation
Ecotourism Consulting S.A.S.: Passionate about developing memorable, innovative and sustainable ecotourism projects. The company devotes themselves to proving the benefits of nature in the wellbeing and free development of people.
MEC Outdoor Nation, North America: Outdoor retailer Mountain Equipment Coop’s program dedicated to getting young people outside and active. Through community events, partnerships, granting opportunities and a bustling online community, Outdoor Nation connects like-minded people, supports innovative projects and inspires young Canadians of all backgrounds to try new things outside.
BELLA GAIA, North America: A NASA-powered immersive experience that communicates, without words, the beauty of the planet and the interconnectedness of all things on Earth. The moving experience leads audiences to realize deeply and emotionally, that there IS something to lose, and therefore there IS something to preserve, to steward
The Lost & Found project, Global: An online storytelling project that works to make the conversation around conversation more fun. Its goal is to use the universal language of storytelling to showcase in narrative and visual format the most formidable rediscoveries of both vertebrates and invertebrates animals as well as plants from five continents. By making the narrative around conservation more positive The Lost & Found project hopes to inspire public engagement with nature.
Nature Rx: A grassroots movement dedicated to entertaining and informing people about the healing and humorous aspects of nature. With more content and a growing online following, Nature Rx seeks to heal the relationship between humans and nature with fun, popular and thought-provoking entertainment for the benefit of humans and nature alike.
Seak (i.e. Sea and Seek), Global: A citizen science app based on a community of users (students, underwater photographers, scuba divers, scientists, and curious sea lovers) who photograph and geo-reference the marine species they see underwater. Through its free access and easy use, Seak empowers people to discover marine life through other user’s eyes, connecting them with nature and generating a sense of belonging and protection for our seas.
Outdoor Classroom Day, Global: A campaign to celebrate and inspire learning and play outside the classroom. Outdoor Classroom Day encourage schools to elevate the importance of play, engaging parents and communities to support children’s right to play as articulated in the UN Convention of the Rights of the Child, connecting them with the outdoors, each other and the world around them.
Love Thy Nature, Global: Inspiring global audiences (adults and children) to deepen their bond with nature - advancing the critical nature-connecting movement. Love Thy Nature is committed to inspiring adults and children around the world to make nature a bigger part of their lives.
Wildlife Conservation Film Festival: Informing, engaging, and inspiring people to protect global biodiversity. To achieve this mission, the WCFF commits to raising public awareness and engaging new audiences across North America through public film screenings and panel discussions that inform, engage and inspire wildlife conservation and the protection of global biodiversity.
Animo Grande Productions Inc., Global: An eco-educational production company dedicated to providing fun and educational content with Annie Sunbeam and Friends™.
The company’s mission is to develop a comprehensive enriched media experience for teaching children how to protect and preserve the planet through print and visual content both online, print and broadcast.
The Arab Media Forum for Environment and Development (AMFED): A non-profit organization representing a regional Arab network of respected media practitioners, policy and decision-makers and other stakeholders focusing on environment and development issues in the Arab world. The aim of this partnership is to transform the media into a vehicle of positive change that increases public awareness of how critical development topics impact our daily lives.
Everyday Nature Project, Global: Conducted in association with the Institute for Resources, Environment, and Sustainability, University of British Columbia, involves people answering a single question ‘what does nature mean for you?’. Through photographs and narrations, The Everyday Nature intends to give a face and voice to nature and natural resources.
Go Eclectic World, Global: : Through original stories and photography, Go Eclectic World hopes to create a desire for exploration and adventure to ultimately build intrinsic value for the world outside of one's own
Greater London National Park City, Europe: Paying equal attention to outstanding natural areas and the potential for wild nature within the built environment. By focusing on the agency of people, they aim to connect more people to nature and the outdoors to improve health, wellbeing, and social cohesion.
National Geographic Society, Global: A non-profit membership organization driven by a passionate belief in the power of science, exploration and storytelling to change the world. Through the world’s best scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, National Geographic Society commits to connecting the global community and inspiring action towards conservation.
Siyaya, Eastern and Southern Africa: Francois Odendaal Productions and Siyaya aim to raise awareness about nature and facilitate opportunities for people to experience nature through their media package in partnership with national parks and nature reserves around the world, and local communities.
E-Nova Consultora, South Africa: An environmental consulting firm committed to fostering projects that share knowledge and experiences to connect people with the ecological and socio-cultural values of nature.
Development Alternatives, Global: The world's first social enterprise dedicated to sustainable development, is a research and action organisation striving to deliver socially equitable, environmentally sound and economically scalable development outcomes. Works to instill a deep appreciation of our ecological heritage, and to safeguard it for future generations.
Global Health Asia Institute, Asia: Focuses on the synergies between public policies related to human health and the environment. Enhancing scientific evidence of the relationship between nature conservation and human health but also to multiply projects and experiences on the ground that can have a powerful visual impact
Passage Adventures, Global: Lucy Graham and Mathilde Gordon founded Passage Adventures to increase awareness of the global issue of marine debris, and inspire others to take action. In May 2018 the pair kayaked 2000km from Juneau Alaska, to Vancouver Island, and aim to raise $20K for marine debris organisations in Australia and Canada.
A For Adventure (North America): A marketing company for adventure! Producing content to inspire people of all ages to explore the natural world. Creating a culture of adventure, so that people will be healthier, have more of a connection to our planet and want to help protect it through story telling and leading by example.
UN Decade on Biodiversity German Office, Europe: Fostering awareness of biodiversity in the public with the help of a UN Decade project award and different communication and social media activities. Likewise, the focus is on supporting expert know-how exchange as well as establishing and expanding networks. From 2017-2020, they are working on "Social Nauture - Nature For All", aiming to raise awareness of the opportunities that nature offers for social cohesion.