We can’t reach half without you! Which is reason enough for Nature Needs Half to celebrate every time a new member joins our ranks. Membership in Nature Needs Half is more than just an endorsement, it's a public statement to align your existing work behind attaining half. Thank you!

Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand. Photo by Jackman Chiu.
Below is a list of our partners (people and organizations who contribute significant time and resources to promoting the Nature Needs Half solution) and members (people and organizations who have embedded the principle in their work and are actively seeking new ways to achieve it).
Wilderness Foundation Global

An international alliance of conservation groups working together to protect wild nature while meeting the needs of human communities – for the good of all life.

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The WILD Foundation

The WILD Foundation protects wilderness while meeting the needs of human communities using the power of collaboration and collective impact.

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RESOLVE forges sustainable solutions to critical social, health, and environmental challenges by creating innovative partnerships where they are least likely and most needed.

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First Light Films

First Light Films is a world-class documentary team, creating films on social and environmental issues that educate and inspire.

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The Weeden Foundation

Protecting biodiversity by addressing the factors leading to ecological impoverishment, using innovative tools that help develop sustainable models for conservation action.

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Foundation Earth

A think tank that goes beyond research to put ideas into action for the purpose of bringing an Earth-centered economy into reality through a major rethinking of society.

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Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation

Dedicated to the long-term wellbeing of all Earth’s inhabitants, using collaborative partnerships and innovative projects to restore balance to Earth’s ecosystems.

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Google Earth Outreach

Google Earth Outreach empowers you to create positive change for people and the planet with Geo tools.

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Fund for Sustainable Tomorrows

Singularly focused on creating societal change through the power of media campaigns that inspire viewers to action.

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CoalitionWILD is a project that harnesses the power of collaboration to overcome isolation and discouragement and inspire and sustain youth conservation projects.

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We encourage you to have a look-through our members to find new encouragement and inspiration for your own conservation work.

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Arab Youth Climate Movement Qatar

Reawakening the ecological consciousness of the community.

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Balipara Foundation

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

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Inspiring and realizing a shift to live on Earth in ways that honor the web of life, each other and future generations.

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Bonobo Conservation Initiative

We work to protect bonobos, preserve their tropical rainforest habitat, and empower local communities in the Congo Basin.

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Boulder Rights of Nature, Inc.

Establishing legal rights for naturally functioning ecosystems and native species.


Canadian Parks & Wilderness Society

Keeping at least half of Canada's public land and water wild — forever. We focus on protecting large, connected areas of Canada's wilderness.

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Encourages, empowers, and enlightens people through campaigns, workshops/conferences, environmental educations and volunteer’s effort to ensure a proper utilization of China’s natural resources, environmental protection and wildlife conservation.



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

Photo by Daniel Sessler/Twelve Apostles, Princetown, Australia

Colong Foundation

Australia’s longest-serving community advocate for wilderness.


Conservation Atlas

Supporting the protection of wild lands and biodiversity by expanding the public’s awareness of conservation efforts around the world.

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Dave Goulson

British biologist, conservationist, and Professor of Biology (Evolution, Behaviour and Environment) at the University of Sussex. Goulson specialises in the ecology and conservation of bumblebees.

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