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Nature Needs Half is a global movement that consists of network of international partners working to protect nature at the scale she needs around the world. The WILD Foundation is proud to steward this movement in partnership with a larger steering committee, and serves as its coordinating hub. Please contact the WILD Foundation for more information.

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Edhkwehlynawd Botanical Refuge Centre Trust

Restoring traditional landscapes in the Nilgiris

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Balipara Foundation

Committed to reconciling community and biodiversity needs through its proprietary concept Naturenomics™ (Nature + Economics).

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India, Nepal, Bhutan plan trans-border conservation area

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Walk For Water

Providing clean water access to one and all. We are a link between nature and human life.

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Green Guard Nature Organization

The preservation of the biodiversity of India and to facilitate the coexistence of humans and wildlife in all habitats.

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Sanctuary Nature Foundation

Strengthening awareness and support for India's natural heritage, Sanctuary Nature Foundation is India's oldest and leading nature and conservation portal, serving as a powerful connective tissue for India's environmental movement.

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Harnessing the power of collaboration to overcome isolation and discouragement and inspire and sustain youth conservation projects.

Ranthambore National Park, India. Photo by Annie Spratt.
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India is one of the world's most biodiverse countries; it is also one of the most imperiled. This is why Nature Needs Half is working in this region, specifically, for the...

India
Nearly 6,000 Pangolins In Illegal Wildlife Trade In India Since 2009

India
Bear Necessities – Reimagining Baloo of Central India