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.
Your drawing becomes
a plush animal.
Hang out with Apes
in the City!
And spread awareness.
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!
UPCOMING EVENTS – 2021
During Climate AID World Forum, 8–9 September, climate change issues and climate solutions will be put to light during inspirational talks by various well-known speakers.
Performances with song and music by well known national and international artists are interspersed with talks by well known environmental and business profiles.
The Perfect World Award is 2021 awarded Prince Albert II of Monaco. The event includes Award Banquet with dinner and entertainment at Börsen in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Every year The Perfect World Foundation awards a significant person who has contributed to the conservation of our natural world. This person has also, maybe most importantly, contributed to increase global awareness about the importance of protecting our planet and its wildlife to ensure a sustainable future for all its inhabitants. The Perfect World Award laureates are:
- 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
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