The Explorers Foundation, the non-profit organisation created by The Explorers, supports qualified and recognised actors on the ground, and allows them to carry out concrete actions in favour of our natural, cultural and human heritage. When you shop on The Explorers Shop, 10% of your purchase is donated to support concrete field actions protecting biodiversity. Discover the actions you can give your support to.
Action : Understand, educate and protect sea turtles and the marine environment in French Polynesia
The Te mana o te moana association works to preserve the Polynesian marine world, particularly marine turtles through discovery local actions, education and protection.
Action : Protection and restoration of ara macaw wild populations in Honduras
In Honduras, the Macaw Mountain association created a rescue, rehabilitation and release program. This approach can be used in other regions of Honduras as well as in other Central American countries.
Action : Understanding lemurs’ populations in Vohimana
In the protected area of Vohimana, the association "L'Homme et l'Environnement", studies the lemurs’ populations for a better preservation of these primates and their habitat, raising awareness for better involvement of local actors in the sustainable management of this territory.
Action : Conservation plan for American crocodiles in Jamaica
In collaboration with the Jamaican local authorities, The Crocs Docs team, from the University of Florida, is conducting a national study on the American crocodile and its habitats aiming at developing a conservation plan for the species in Jamaica.
Action : Securing and reinforcing the mangily tortoise village
The SOPTOM's main objective is the study and protection of tortoises, in France and throughout the world, using Tortoise Villages and awareness-raising. In Madagascar, this association focuses on the preservation of a critically endangered species: the radiated tortoise
RURUTU, FRENCH POLYNESIA
Action : C’EST ASSEZ !
French Polynesia is a place of paramount importance for humpback whale’s reproduction, as well as for whale-watching. Too much pressure from human activities can induce the behavior of marine mammals. The Mata Tahora association conducts acoustic and ethological impact studies on humpback whales, in addition to an awareness-raising campaign in favor of non-intrusive cetacean observations.