Conservation Guide is an eco-startup tackling biodiversity loss by making conservation work more accessible to people of any experience level.
Our platform is a marketplace for quality conservation experiences, allowing people to search, review and book opportunities with environmental organisations around the world.
We were founded in 2014 by Justin & Will, two friends from Nottingham University who share a passion for the living planet.
We want to achieve this by making global conservation efforts:
Provide tools that help you find the best and most responsible organisations to work with.
Make it easier to get involved in conservation, no matter your experience level
Provide a platform that connects a community of committed organisations and conservationists.
Biologist & Environmental Scientist
Experienced Volunteer and Conservationist
Spicy food connoisseur
Justin has 10 years experience working both professionally and voluntarily in conservation. His experiences in environmental research and practical conservation field work led him to the creation of Conservation Guide. Justin is responsible for finding great organisations and bringing them to the platform.
Front End Developer
PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer
Will is the designer and co-creator of Conservation Guide. He believes most human beings are ecological at heart, and can be inspired to promote the environment if they have access to the right tools, opportunities and education. Will has excellent fish ID skills and a soft spot for megafauna.
Conservation Guide teamed up with Tree Nation to help reforestion projects around the world and to help offset our carbon footprint.
We partnered up with Sea Going Green to help empower the tourism industry to protect the marine environment.
We joined forces with environmental fundraising platform, EdgePledge, to help raise money for wildlife on the brink of extinction.
We allied with Conservation Careers to help conservationists develop and progress their skills in the sector.
We got on board with TerraMar to help educate and inspire a global community to promote awareness, transparency and responsibility for our oceans.
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