GHOST NETS & PLASTIC
The Perfect World Foundation was formed as a non-profit organization to protect wildlife in crisis, partly through direct aid but also by increasing knowledge and spreading awareness. No one is Perfect, but our aim is to inspire for change, one step at a time.
Kristin Davis, maybe best known for her role as Charlotte in “Sex and the City,” has been an outspoken advocate for animal rights and conservation of wildlife for many years. Kristin Davis will be awarded the TPWF award, and the Conservationist of the year, for her work that has significantly contributed to the conservation of the planet’s wildlife and nature, by increasing global awareness of the importance of protecting Biodiversity.
PLANT TREES FOR WILDLIFE
Tree planting 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. View all favourite animals >
WOMEN WHO ARE CHANGING THE WORLD
Welcome to our special edition – Women who are Changing the World – paying tribute to women in wildlife conservation. Meet the guardians of biodiversity and hear their stories. These amazing women, who wake up and show up to save endangered wildlife, every day.
When you buy the magazine full of wonderful stories, you also support our work to preserve wildlife and nature in crisis.
MAKE A DONATION
With your donation, big or small, The Perfect World Foundation can contribute with financial support to conservation and rescue projects for endangered wildlife all around the world, fight for plastic-free oceans or plant trees which, among much more, create wildlife habitats, benefit biodiversity and counteract climate change.
Our work is 100% dependent on donations. With your support we can do more!
THE YEAR OF BIODIVERSITY