Become part of the movement!
We want you to be part of this exciting journey – to restore ecosystems throughout India for the benefit of our planet and foster a healthy relationship between humans and their natural surroundings. We do this by strengthening the connection between culture and nature and emphasizing the important benefits that ecosystems provide.
Ecological restoration – or rewilding – is an important measure for climate change mitigation and serves multiple goals, from biodiversity conservation to social and economic development. India’s food systems and the livelihoods of many millions of people depend on all of us working together to restore healthy ecosystems for current and future generations.
You can join us as a donor, a partner or volunteer. We’d love to hear from you.
Please get in touch for more information on how to donate.
We focus on these key areas in order to achieve our mission.
Tackle Climate Change
We are a growing ecosystem of researchers, conservationists, practitioners, photographers, filmmakers, designers, policy makers, supporters and storytellers working to restore healthy and abundant ecosystems.
UNITED NATION DECADE ON ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION
The United Nations General Assembly declared 2021 – 2030 the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration. Aim is to scale up the restoration of destroyed and degraded ecosystems as a proven measure to fight the climate crisis and enhance food security, water supply and biodiversity.
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Rewilding India Network
Rewilding India Network’s aim is to connect and support ecological restoration projects initiatives across the country, empowering network members with information, training and collaborative events and opportunities.
Partner with us
Rewilding India works in close alliance with organisations, institutions and companies who share our mission. We offer many unique sponsorship and partnership options at the project, species or landscape level.
Be part of the Rewilding India movement. We depend on the generous support of people and organisations who share our vision for healthy and abundant ecosystems, for people and wildlife. Help develop our projects.