Please note, this is a beta feature. Once fully launched in 2018, a user will be able to select a specific reporting project to fund directly. In the meantime, feel free to browse some of our priority reporting projects that we’re currently seeking funding for. If you do want to fund one of these initiatives, please contact us directly.

yellow pin Global or regional scope
green pin Regional scope
blue pin National scope
 

Priority potential special reporting projects

  • Almost famous animals: Australia
  • Almost famous animals: Central America
  • Almost famous animals: Coral reefs
  • Almost famous animals: Deep-sea ecosystems
  • Almost famous animals: East Africa
  • Almost famous animals: Indonesia
  • Almost famous animals: Madagascar
  • Almost famous animals: Mangrove and coastal ecosystems
  • Almost famous animals: North Africa and the Middle East
  • Almost famous animals: Southern Africa
  • Almost famous animals: the Amazon
  • Almost famous animals: West Africa
  • Commodity supply chains
  • Community forestry
  • Congo Basin
  • Conservation effectiveness
  • Conservation solutions
  • Coral reefs
  • Dry forest ecosystems
  • Emerging technologies
  • Emerging threats to the Amazon rainforest
  • Endangered environmentalists
  • Human population and consumption
  • Indigenous peoples and conservation
  • Marine conservation in Latin America
  • Marine conservation
  • Mekong region
  • Peatland ecosystems
  • Resource exploitation: rare earth minerals
  • The conservation impact of China’s demand for resources
  • The impacts of infrastructure projects
  • The Pantanal
  • The Philippines
  • U.S. National Parks
  • Wildlife trade in Latin America
  • Wildtech
  • Women defenders of nature
  • Please note, this is a beta feature. Once fully launched in 2018, a user will be able to select a specific reporting project to fund directly. In the meantime, feel free to browse some of our priority reporting projects that we’re currently seeking funding for. If you do want to fund one of these initiatives, please contact us directly.