My name is Rose Rees, and I started Conservation Institute because I truly care about the world we live in. As fragile as it is beautiful, we all need to do our bit to preserve the planet for future generations.
Together with fellow blogger Christopher Mathis, I’ve set about trying to cram as much information about the world of conservation into one place as possible.
Because there was a time when environmentalism was a fringe issue but those days are, thankfully, long gone. Today, more and more people are waking up to the reality of decades of reckless destruction.
From human-made ecological catastrophes to the pressing threat of a looming climate change disaster, everywhere we look the damage done to our precious ecosystem leaps out at us.
Species lurk on the fringes of extinction; natural resources are plundered down to the wick. Our oceans drown in plastic, landfills smolder, and once-mighty forests shrink.
It feels hopeless at times.
But the fightback has already begun.
The War Against Waste
Here at the conservation institute, we understand that preserving nature’s wonders for future generations is a top priority.
Indeed, we believe that conservation is the single greatest challenge facing humanity today.
That’s why the conservation institute should be your go-to place for news, advice, and features when it comes to the environment.
The green, green, grapevine
Perhaps you want to keep up to date with what’s being done to save the planet? Or maybe you’re interested in learning about what you can do to help protect it?
Well then, you’ve come to the right place!
Our site is packed full of tips, features, news, and profiles of environmental crisis points. And that’s not all. We also review the latest eco-friendly products and offer guides on how best to reduce your carbon footprint. You’ll also find informative articles based on the most recent of environmental research and updates on all of the pressing threats to the biodiversity of this planet.
All of it backed by the singular passion of genuine environmentalists.
And that’s a good thing.
The information gauge
Because we live in a world of misinformation and you know, sometimes, it’s hard to know where to turn. Finding a resource that you can trust is often a cause for celebration.
So for the very latest on the fight back against those who have mismanaged our environment, check out our videos, like and subscribe, and remember to head over to Conservation Institute dot org today!