what YOU can do for Biodiversity

You CAN do something meaningful to prevent the Biodiversity Extinction.

What ROLE you take on is up to you. Here are some examples:

Biodiversity Donor

You can make a donation. Every little bit counts but bigger donations go further. You are welcome to visit us at our retreats to discuss how we can work together.

Biodiversity Volunteer

You can volunteer online or at our magic places in Switzerland or Iceland.

Biodiversity Influencer

Anybody can be an influencer. You don't have to have million contacts / followers. Even just forwarding information about our website to your limited set of contacts, friends and acquaintances makes a difference. Especially if you include a message encouraging those people to forward that message onwards.

If you are what people generally refer to as an influencer than that is even better. If you are used to being paid for product placement than consider this as an opportunity to do something for mother earth free of charge. We will not use our limited funds to pay for your services but we can offer you as we do anyone who really supports our cause to stay for free out our wonderful retreats in Switzerland and Iceland.

Biodiversity VIP

If you are powerful or famous no matter in what area you can greatly help with our efforts. It is a mutually rewarding to work together as you can do more to help the world through our organization than on your own and at the same time you make it easier for us to get the attention that is needed for our campaigns.

Biodiversity Academic

On our About page you will see the names of people who stand behind our vision. Many have titles such as Professor and Dr. You can add your name to the list irrespective of weather you have such a title or not and irrespective of which area you are in. We have found that all thinking persons are fully aware that not enough is being done about biodiversity and therefore should join our call for more to be done.

Biodiversity Supporter

You can join the list of people (see above) who publicly endorse our call for more to be done about biodiversity or you can simply register to join our efforts without having your name published on our website.

Biodiversity Politician

Ultimately politicians have the biggest role to play when it comes to Biodiversity. Because to really make a difference to the loss of biodiversity substantial funds need put into this category; more funds than can be raised through donations, etc. We call on politicians to commit 2% of their GDP to Biodiversity. While most people like to consume more and more, most people are indeed willing to have society give something back to mother earth. There is no greater gift then to promote Biodiversity. So it is a win-win situation for a politician of any party to make commitments to biodiversity because he has the support of the people. It is our role to make this win-win proposition clear.

Biodiversity Visionary

Take part in our Biodiversity Vision. Visit us at our retreats in Iceland and Switzerland. Help us come up with strategies and/or help us implement those strategies.

Everyone is welcome

Our places in Iceland and Switzerland are really fantastic places to visit and to inspire people to do more about biodiversity. To volunteer, to think-tank, to come up with ingenious ways of gaining public, academic and political support to save the biodiversity.

Close up of a red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) eating a nut on rainy day near water, UK
Koala on a Eucalyptus tree in Queensland, Australia
Tapir in nature. Central America Baird's tapir, Tapirus bairdii, in green vegetation. Close-up portrait of rare animal from Costa Rica. Wildlife scene from tropical nature. Detail of beautiful mammal.
Polar bear fight in the water. Two Polar bears playing on drifting ice with snow. White animals in the nature habitat, Svalbard, Norway. Animals playing in snow, Arctic wildlife. Funny nature image .
Red Eyed Tree Frog,  Agalychnis Callidryas, on a Leaf with Black Background
close-up of a beautiful cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus)

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