Global finance is generally focused on high-level concepts such as “biodiversity” and “equity.” Hundreds of billions, if not trillions, are being allocated in that direction. But these are factors that need to crystallize in actual, real-life actions. Tree by tree, animal by animal, village by village.
Wild at Life e.V. manifests these real-world steps that finance needs to support. Consistently supporting wild animal protection, from the extremely rare to the more mundane, they do this because it is right, not because it looks right. Follow them and you will see.
This is also done in alignment with local communities. I am deeply impressed, and a bit jealous to be honest, of the type of engagement Wild at Life e.V. seems to be getting with local communities.