Stellaris Project, Italy (Quelle: Eleonora de Sabata )Stellaris Project, Italy (Quelle: Daniele Trojani)Humpback Whales in the Eastern Caribbean (Quelle: V. Vivadelli)Humpback Whales in the Eastern Caribbean (Quelle: E. Austin)Engaging Local Youth in Conserving the Galapagos Tortoise (Quelle: Dr. Stephen Blake)Engaging Local Youth in Conserving the Galapagos Tortoise (Quelle: Francisco Laso)Conservation of the Silky Sifaka and Red-Ruffed Lemur, Madagascar (Quelle: Julie Larsen)Conservation of the Silky Sifaka and Red-Ruffed Lemur, Madagascar (Quelle: Murphey)Black Vulture Recovery, South-Portugal. (Quelle: Pinto Moreira)Black Vulture Recovery, South-Portugal.  (Quelle: Pinto Moreira)
Stellaris Project, Italy (Quelle: Eleonora de Sabata )
Stellaris Project, Italy
Bild: Eleonora de Sabata
Stellaris Project, Italy (Quelle: Daniele Trojani)
Stellaris Project, Italy
Bild: Daniele Trojani
Humpback Whales in the Eastern Caribbean (Quelle: V. Vivadelli)
Humpback Whales in the Eastern Caribbean
Bild: V. Vivadelli
Humpback Whales in the Eastern Caribbean (Quelle: E. Austin)
Humpback Whales in the Eastern Caribbean
Bild: E. Austin
Engaging Local Youth in Conserving the Galapagos Tortoise (Quelle: Dr. Stephen Blake)
Engaging Local Youth in Conserving the Galapagos Tortoise
Bild: Dr. Stephen Blake
Engaging Local Youth in Conserving the Galapagos Tortoise (Quelle: Francisco Laso)
Engaging Local Youth in Conserving the Galapagos Tortoise
Bild: Francisco Laso
Conservation of the Silky Sifaka and Red-Ruffed Lemur, Madagascar (Quelle: Julie Larsen)
Conservation of the Silky Sifaka and Red-Ruffed Lemur, Madagascar
Bild: Julie Larsen
Conservation of the Silky Sifaka and Red-Ruffed Lemur, Madagascar (Quelle: Murphey)
Conservation of the Silky Sifaka and Red-Ruffed Lemur, Madagascar
Bild: Murphey
Black Vulture Recovery, South-Portugal. (Quelle: Pinto Moreira)
Black Vulture Recovery, South-Portugal.
Bild: Pinto Moreira
Black Vulture Recovery, South-Portugal.  (Quelle: Pinto Moreira)
Black Vulture Recovery, South-Portugal.
Bild: Pinto Moreira

Stellaris Project, Italy

Nominated by: Patagonia

This project supports a shark-nursery nearby Naples. The Mediterranean is one of the worlds biggest habitats of a large biodiversity, but three-quarters of sharks and rays are endangered. The Stellaris Project wants to recover the habitat of the shark-nursery within the next two years. In addition the little sharks and their parents will be part of a research to further their protection.

Donation neeeded: 30.000 Euro

www.medsharks.org

Stellaris Project, Italy

Nominated by: Patagonia

This project supports a shark-nursery nearby Naples. The Mediterranean is one of the worlds biggest habitats of a large biodiversity, but three-quarters of sharks and rays are endangered. The Stellaris Project wants to recover the habitat of the shark-nursery within the next two years. In addition the little sharks and their parents will be part of a research to further their protection.

Donation neeeded: 30.000 Euro

www.medsharks.org

Humpback Whales in the Eastern Caribbean

Nominated by: Ternua

The Eastern Caribbean is the breeding habitat of anew population of Humpback Whales. These whales suffer from multiple human induces like entanglements in nets, chemical and noise pollution and hunting. The goal is to make the conservation popular through responsible whale-watching-programmes. The donation will go towards training for whale-watching guides. In addition data is secured to research the unknown population.

Donation needed: 29.393,80 Euro

www.whales.org

Humpback Whales in the Eastern Caribbean

Nominated by: Ternua

The Eastern Caribbean is the breeding habitat of anew population of Humpback Whales. These whales suffer from multiple human induces like entanglements in nets, chemical and noise pollution and hunting. The goal is to make the conservation popular through responsible whale-watching-programmes. The donation will go towards training for whale-watching guides. In addition data is secured to research the unknown population.

Donation needed: 29.393,80 Euro

www.whales.org

Engaging local youth in conserving the Galapagos Tortoise

Nominated by: Schoeffel

Even though the Galapagos Islands are part of the UNESCO World Heritage the biosphere is endangered, because efficient protection is carried out too little. The Galapagos Tortoise is endangered because of alien animal species that are brought to the island and cause the tortoise to lose its natural habitat. In cooperation with the Galapagos National Park the project tries to engage local youths. Part of it is the collection of data about the Galapagos Tortoise and cleaning of the beach and enclosures.

Donation needed: 27.106 Euro

www.ecologyproject.org

Engaging local youth in conserving the Galapagos Tortoise

Nominated by: Schoeffel

Even though the Galapagos Islands are part of the UNESCO World Heritage the biosphere is endangered, because efficient protection is carried out too little. The Galapagos Tortoise is endangered because of alien animal species that are brought to the island and cause the tortoise to lose its natural habitat. In cooperation with the Galapagos National Park the project tries to engage local youths. Part of it is the collection of data about the Galapagos Tortoise and cleaning of the beach and enclosures.

Donation needed: 27.106 Euro

www.ecologyproject.org

Conservation of the Silky Sifaka and Red-Ruffed Lemur, Madagascar.

Nominated by: Goalzero

This projects goal is the conservation of two Lemur species living in the Antsahabe Forest in the Makira Natural Park. These two species only appear together in the 372.000 hectar of the park. Deforestation and slash-and-burn-methods destroy the habitat of both lemurs. The goal is to save the biosphere and get better insight into the population of both lemur species.

Donation needed: 28.530 Euro

madagascar.wcs.org

Conservation of the Silky Sifaka and Red-Ruffed Lemur, Madagascar.

Nominated by: Goalzero

This projects goal is the conservation of two Lemur species living in the Antsahabe Forest in the Makira Natural Park. These two species only appear together in the 372.000 hectar of the park. Deforestation and slash-and-burn-methods destroy the habitat of both lemurs. The goal is to save the biosphere and get better insight into the population of both lemur species.

Donation needed: 28.530 Euro

madagascar.wcs.org

Black Vulture Recovery, South-Portugal. 

Nominated by: Vaude

The Black Vulture is Europes biggest raptor. It breeds in forests and mountainous areas. It's mainly feeds on livestock and carcasses, this makes it a vital part of the ecosystem within the woodland. New regulation oblige farmers to remove carcasses from their land, but this reduces a substantial food source of the raptor and therefore its population. The goal of the project is to resettle a new population of the Black Vulture in the south of Portugal.

Donation needed: 29.960 Euro.

www.lpn.pt

Black Vulture Recovery, South-Portugal. 

Nominated by: Vaude

The Black Vulture is Europes biggest raptor. It breeds in forests and mountainous areas. It's mainly feeds on livestock and carcasses, this makes it a vital part of the ecosystem within the woodland. New regulation oblige farmers to remove carcasses from their land, but this reduces a substantial food source of the raptor and therefore its population. The goal of the project is to resettle a new population of the Black Vulture in the south of Portugal.

Donation needed: 29.960 Euro.

www.lpn.pt

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