Nine highly effective charities tackling the environmental crisis.
We stand on the brink of an unprecedented climate emergency. Ocean ecosystems are under threat from pollution, overfishing and global warming, while on land natural biodiversity is also rapidly depleting. Rising C02 emissions and sea levels place billions of people across the world at risk of losing their homes and livelihoods. Businesses and governments have failed to take decisive action, and many of us struggle to know where to begin to make a difference in our own lives.
“It's surely our responsibility to do everything within our power to create a planet that provides a home not just for us, but for all life on Earth.”
There's no magic bullet for the climate crisis but there are steps we can each take to help protect the environment for future generations. Tythe offers a starting point by identifying a broad range of impactful interventions.
Out of thousands of environmental charities we've whittled our selection down to nine, across four different sub-themes. We believe these organisations are making a huge difference and we have the impact data to back it up.
The ocean plays an essential role in regulating the Earth's climate - it stores carbon, generates oxygen, houses marine species and is a source of food and income for billions of people. Yet pollution, global warming and overfishing have wreaked havoc on marine ecosystems. Read more
Clean Energy & Water
Access to water and energy are two vital rights that many of us take for granted. 600 million people in sub-Saharan Africa have no access to electricity, and worldwide upwards of 650 million people do not have access to safe water. Read more
Wildlife & Biodiversity
Protecting the natural world and endangered species goes hand-in-hand. Forests prevent soil erosion, sequester carbon dioxide, produce oxygen and soak up pollutants. Forests also house hundreds of thousands of species and provide a livelihood and source of inspiration to millions. Read more
Social Change & Sustainability
We won’t be able to avert the climate crisis unless we both embrace innovative and sustainable ways of living and consuming, while also pushing for deep structural change. To achieve this it's necessary to pressure on businesses and governments to invest in solutions and implement strategies that prioritise climate change and sustainability. Read more
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