The Perfect World Foundation is a non-profit organization working with wildlife and nature in crisis, around the world. By increasing knowledge and spreading awareness, our aim is to create courage and preconditions for change, one step at a time. Our clear mission is to save the world.
YOUNG VOICES: STOP TALKING!
Young people all around the world are anxious about the reality of a bleak future. They have – by all rights – lost trust in the promises of their governments, global politicians, and the UN. The future of the young generation is at stake.
PLANT TREES FOR WILDLIFE
In addition to reducing CO2 in the atmosphere – which benefits all life on earth – trees create habitats, fresh water, and food for wildlife. Trees also benefit biodiversity and the ecosystems in which wild animals live, giving them (and the entire ecosystem) better conditions to thrive. With our campaign “Plant a tree for me” you can plant trees in Attenborough Forest and get a diploma with your favourite animal… or maybe give it to someone who just like you and us – loves animals! Click on an animal and plant trees in the Attenborough Forest.
Together we have the power to create a better world for our planet’s wildlife, nature and environment. Our goal is to leave behind a healthy and sustainable planet for future generations. With your support, we can continue our work for a better future for all of us… animals, nature and people!
The Perfect World Foundation awards a person annually who has made significant contributions to the conservation of our natural world. This person has also contributed to the increase of global awareness of the importance of protecting our planet, its wildlife and environment to secure a sustainable future for all its inhabitants.
The Perfect World Award has over the years been presented to:
- Prince Albert II of Monaco – 2021
- Prof. Wangari Maathai – 2020
- Miss Greta Thunberg – 2019
- Sir David Attenborough – 2018
- Dr. Sylvia Earle – 2017
- Dr. Richard Leakey – 2016
- Dr. Jane Goodall – 2015
- Mr. Mark Shand – 2014