Key Conservation has joined ConservationNOW because we believe in the power of hope. Every person has the power to change the world and the Key Conservation platform was built to provide the tools to enable this action. Our mobile platform is a place where conservationists can come to find backing from supporters all over the globe in real-time when they feel like they are alone in their fight and need hope the most. Additionally, supporters of conservation efforts can tap into new avenues to provide hope by using their own professional skills, by helping in person and donating.

Our platform works to facilitate transparent and real-time interactions between conservation organization and supporter to show what real conservation efforts and struggles truly look like and how everyday actions from supporters can lead to tremendous impact. Our platform is built with the notion that nothing is impossible and that by working together we can find a solution to some of the world’s greatest problems. Our goal by partnering with the ConservationNOW is to create avenues for conservation optimism to be highlighted and shared so together we can build a movement based on the power of optimism.

We embrace the #conservationoptimism vision to not only provide more hope for conservationists who are on the front lines of tough battles but for the supporters who stand alongside them globally.

#ConservationOptimisim: After falling to just 22 individuals in the 1980s, the population of California Condors living in the wild has increased to around 330 thanks to the Northern California Condor Restoration Program.
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Our friends at the @clb_foundation are working to help Bolivia’s parrot species that are currently threatened with extinction. Check out how they are working to preserve endangered species and promote conservation, or read more about macaws here:
There are at least 17 species of macaws, many of which are endangered. This species has immensely suffered from the illegal pet trade and the disappearance of their rain forest homes.