Every piece of plastic ever created still exists, and over 5 trillion pieces of it are floating in our oceans as litter. Single-use plastic is an unnecessary convenience with a big impact on marine wildlife.
Rivers are the lifeblood of the country, so many native wildlife including the Platypus rely on a healthy waterway to survive. Sadly our freshwater systems are experiencing a serious threat to their health from pollution from litter.
The world is dealing with an unprecedented spike in illegal wildlife trade. It is the greatest direct threat to the future of some of the planet’s most iconic species including rhinos, elephants, tigers, pangolins and many more.
Despite the world’s oceans seeming endless, there are simply not enough fish in the sea. By choosing seafood with the blue MSC label you are supporting independently-certified and genuinely sustainable fisheries.
We celebrate companies that use Certified Sustainable Palm Oil in their products. The more companies transform their supply chain, the more Australians can enjoy their favourite treat free from deforestation.
All four subspecies of gorillas are now critically endangered. Recycle your old mobile phone to help protect them. Over 50,000 old mobile phones have already been recycled through this campaign
Living side by side with Africa’s incredible animals isn’t always easy. We need to find a way for humans and wildlife to coexist, and the solution lies within communities. Support women in northern Kenya with a wildlife-friendly source of income.
Australia’s forests are home to wildlife found nowhere else, yet we have one of the highest rates of forest destruction on Earth. To save our precious wildlife, we must act now to protect the land we all call home.
HATCH aims to inspire, support and launch innovative ideas and actions to help address some of the most pressing environmental and conservation challenges currently facing our planet. We are calling on innovators, thought leaders, disruptors, developers, passionate individuals and everyone in between to help develop and implement brilliant ideas for the planet.
Join the Taronga Sumatra Eco-tour do something extraordinary. This adventure will see you visit Sumatra's last remaining tropical rainforest and be on-the-ground with the amazing people who put their life on the line for wildlife every day. Together with a Taronga Guide, you will spend 8 days exploring Way Kambas National Park.