The new generation animal and nature conservation organization
Humans way of life, primarily in the global north, has had major consequences for nature and many animal species. Poaching is one contributing factor. At least one rhino is shot every day. An elephant is shot every 15 minutes. And every year more than 100 million sharks are killed in shark fishing.
When animal species are extinct, the entire biological system is negatively affected – plants, insects and other animal species. In the end, human beings are also affected by the environment changing. The Perfect World Foundation is the new generation’s animal and nature conservation organizations, working dynamically on a global basis. The independent organization was founded in 2010. The purpose is to take action and raise awareness, knowledge and understanding of critical environmental and animal situations. The organization works with local grassroots organizations to protect and conserve animal life and nature. In addition they offer education to local people around the world, creating jobs and strengthening local forces that can best protect, preserve and promote animals and nature.
Through the “Save the Rhino” campaign, The Perfect World Foundation has collected money for the South African organization Black Mamba Anti-Poaching Unit – a unit with predominantly female rangers who fight to stop poaching. They patrol the reserve unarmed and have prevented many poachers over the years. This is a good example of how The Perfect World Foundation works to save animals but also to strengthen communities by, for example, strengthening women.