Our planet desparately needs our help


football-field-sized areas of land are deforested every year


of the corals on the Great Barrier Reef died in 2016 alone

Earth will survive global warming, but whether humanity does depends on the actions of our generations.

We’ve chosen our charities to help support the conservation of the world’s forests and oceans, two things essential to fighting global warming and to the future of the human race.



Trees give us oxygen, store carbon, stabilise the soil and give life to the world’s wildlife. All these things are essential for healthy eco-systems and a healthy planet.

That’s why we’re supporting charities which support both protecting existing forests and replanting ones we’ve lost.

Eden Restoration Projects work in several countries including Haiti, Mozambique, Nepal, Madagascar, and Indonesia to help to tackle deforestation

We support charities including Eden Reforestation Projects and the WWF to support their causes.

Learn more about Eden Reforestation Projects

Learn more about the WWF’s forest preservation work



The ocean produces over half of the world’s oxygen and absorbs 50 times more carbon dioxide than our atmosphere. Covering 70% of the Earth’s surface, the ocean also transports heat from the equator to the poles, regulating our climate and weather patterns.

Yet as it’s often difficult to visualise the damage we’re causing in the ocean, it’s preservation is often overlooked.

One out of three fish stocks is overfished.

Half of all coral reefs and mangroves are gone.

This image shows what happens when a coral reef dies due to the rising ocean temperatures.

Charities are working to find solutions that fix broken global systems that lead to declines in nature.

They’re also campaigning for Marine Protected Areas to help areas of the ocean recover and thrive.

Learn about the UK’s Marine Conservation Society

Learn about the WWF’s work preserving our oceans

Learn about Oceana, who help protect oceans globally



Rates of extinction are currently 100–1,000 times higher than nature intended. We’ve seen an astonishing 60% decline in the size of populations of mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, and amphibians in just over 40 years.

Simultaneously, today, 7.3 billion people and counting consume 1.6 times what the earth’s natural resources can supply and more than 800+ million people who are malnourished.

According to the WWF, by improving efficiency and productivity while reducing waste and shifting consumption patterns, we can produce enough food for everyone by 2050 on roughly the same amount of land we use now.

The WWF works with partners to feed the world while conserving the Earth’s precious natural resources.

They empower people to help protect wildlife, as well as using their expertise in policy, wildlife trade, advocacy, and communications in an effort to stop wildlife crime

Learn more about the WWF’s food initiatives

Learn more about the WWF’s wildlife conservation

Our team also supports more local charities solving immediate hunger and homelessness such as Crisis UK, Trussel Trust and Refugee Community Kitchen

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If you have a charity you think we should hear about, we’d love to hear. While our agency generally supports environmental charities, we each individually support causes which are important to us.

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