Saving our Species: Working together for a greater impact

The ground-breaking Saving our Species framework for conservation that has come a long way since its inception in 2016.

Southern corroboree frog (Pseudophryne corroboree) lives in small pockets of Kosciusko National Park

Today, we are a leader in threatened species conservation, with data showing this coordinated effort is making a significant impact – an impact we would not have been able to achieve alone.

Saving our species from extinction is a team effort. Partnering with like-minded organisations has enabled us to pool our passion and resources, leading to extraordinary results. We cannot thank each of you enough for your support. We have put together a short video with some highlights, although this doesn’t even scratch the surface of conveying the scope of our invaluable partnerships and projects.

In a world of accelerating change and threats to our environment, securing our threatened species in the wild has never been more important. Our work continues to demand resources and technical innovation, and we are determined to continue providing and adapting a framework that makes the best conservation decisions available, with the help of our partners. Let’s keep working together to protect our biodiversity.

Learn about the partnerships opportunities we offer.