Life on Land
Sustainable Development Goal #15

Life on Land

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Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss

Pressures from our growing global population, urbanisation, and climate change are causing biodiversity to decline. Most developing countries rely on meat from wild animals for food. Let's work to restore and protect our planet's biodiversity in order to prevent land degradation, ecosystem imbalance, and food insecurity.
We are using
25% more
resources than our planet can sustain each year

How to Help

You can promote biodiversity and sustainable use of ecosystems by donating to one of these trusted conservation projects on GlobalGiving:

Economic Growth | Peru  

Support native artisans & rainforest in the Amazon

Our long-term goal is to build sustainable livelihoods and conserve rain forests in 16 native and campesino communities in the Peruvian Amaz…
Climate Action | Pakistan  

Green Pakistan by Plant a Tree & Install FES Stove

Heavy floods hit the Jati and Sujawal area and all 30 villages were submerged in flood water. This project in necessary to rehabilitate the …

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