By Amelia Meyer
Earthtrust prides itself in tackling some of the worlds most ‘impossible conservation and environmental initiatives. Having conducted its first land-based programme in 1989 (after being active for about a decade in marine initiatives), Earthtrust has continued to grow, becoming one of the most effective conservation projects on the globe.
Protecting tigers is of utmost importance to Earthtrust and was the initial motivation for the establishment of this organisation. However, their initiatives now include the conservation of other endangered species; such as whales, dolphins and rhinoceroses. Since its establishment, Earthtrust has worked hard to establish contacts and an effective network all over the world, particularly in Asia.