Reducing Zoonotic Risks from Industrial Agriculture and Farmed-Animal Supply Chains. Activities: 1. Establish contextually appropriate high biodiversity buffer zones around wilderness areas that meet human needs. 2. Limit large-scale commercial farming around wilderness areas. 3. Reintroduce genetic diversities 4. Improve livestock sanitary and welfare 5. Reduce consumption demand.
Countering wildlife trafficking to freeze the financial trigger on poaching. Activities: 1. Empower law enforcers to identify and dismantle criminal syndicates/seize assets. 2. Fund wildlife enforcement operations. 3. Establish and link databases on wildlife crimes. 4. Help the private sector adopt compliance measures for nature protection. 5. Enable and reward citizen support for
Protecting wildlife and natural habitats from poaching, logging, mining, and encroachment. We track activities such as frontline community patrols, poverty reduction programs, restoring nature, sustainable agriculture and the empowerment of rural communities.
If demand is reduced, wildlife trade will decrease. Activities: 1. Running behaviour change campaigns that reward responsible consumerism. 2. Developing alternative livelihood programs for communities dependent on wildlife consumption or sales. 3. Strengthening laws and policies.