"Our world is wonderful, please protect it!" - Sir David Attenborough
The largest cleanup ever - #THEBLUEBUCKET
"Give mother nature her voice back - Sarah, Duchess of York
What we are doing is important and amazing. They say it's a man's job, but we are doing it - Felicia Mogahane
Sea ice loss from climate change is the primary threat to polar bears
"You're connected to the sea. No matter where on earth you live" - Dr Sylvia Earle
Help us keep our oceans clean
"Save the elephants, and then you save the forest - and then you save yourself" - Mark Shand
"Primates need good nutrition, to begin with. Not only fruits and plants, but insects as well" - Dr Richard Leakey
One Elephant is killed every 15th minute
"The least I can do is speak out for those who cannot speak for themselves" - Jane Goodall
You will see us struggle but you will never see us give up - The Next Generation
The Perfect World Foundation was founded with the sole mission to save part of our paradise for the next generation. It is not about being perfect, but through bringing awareness to the horrific, sad, and dire situations of our animals and the world’s environments, we hope to encourage people to take one step forward in the right direction.
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The Blue Bucket is the largest plastic cleanup ever!
“There are a lot of ambitious attempts, unfortunately mostly unsuccessful and costly, to collect plastic from the oceans. By creating a large global commitment, operation “The Blue Bucket” becomes the world's largest educational and plastic collecting project,” says Ragnhild Jacobsson co-founder and CEO of The Perfect World Foundation."
Trees do not only reduce CO2, but also the relieves our oceans, reduce desertification, and restores biodiversity and much more. Join our tree planting campaign today, where Sir David Attenborough, together with TPWF, planted the first tree in Sweden.
Read more about The Polar Bear Ball which took place the 6th of September in Gothenburg, Sweden.
The Climate Conference in Gothenburg Botanical Garden became a content rich conference with about 300 participants.
You can now buy the watch, The Reminder by Kaj Ransvi, in our webshop. The watch is reminding the person who wears it, and the people who see it about the global problems we have with both pollution and global warming. The Reminder is nominated for the A'DESIGN AWARD 2019, Selection: Watches and Jewelry, A'Design Award is one of the largest design awards in the world.
The majority of the world's coffee capsules are produced in plastic, aluminum, or in a combination of both. Of the 13,500 capsules consumed every minute, only 21% are recyclable. Those that are not recycled can remain on our planet for up to 500 years.
Hollywood celebrity Joel Kinnaman joins the Swedish wildlife organization, The Perfect World Foundation, to launch operation “The Blue Bucket”. A campaign with the aim to spread knowledge about, and to gather as much as possible of, the 8 billion kilos of plastic that ends up in our oceans every year.
During 2018 Maria Nila donated SEK 200,000 to The Perfect World Foundation. We want to send a huge thanks to this amazing company, and thanks to them we can continue to support the world's first female anti-poaching unit, Black Mambas.
The first issue of The Perfect World Magazine 1/2019 (in Swedish). Learn more about The Perfect World Foundation's work and people supporting our organization. The magazine also includes intersting articles and interviews! Buy you magazine today!
Every year The Perfect World Foundation gives an award for the best conservationist of the year.
On June 15, TPWF went on a second expedition to Svalbard with our ambassador Ola Skinnarmo, to learn more about how the climate change effects the arctic areas and its wild animals.Read more here