We are now at a turning point in human history where our planet desperately needs our help. The Conservation Project International (T-CPI) aims to create an innovative hub and net-centric partnerships around the world to mobilize greater action on some of today’s pressing converging environmental security and conservation challenges, inspiring innovative solutions, and helping build resiliency in impacted communities.

Sustainable Security, Sustainable Futures….

T-CPI will aim to collaborate with other committed partners and communities around the world on today’s pressing conservation challenges and on addressing climate change and other sustainable security issues and environmental threats that impact the planet across our oceans, rainforests, wildlife, and distressed habitats and ecosystems.

Today’s reality is that climate change and environmental threats and crimes are increasing globally and converging to make our planet less safe, more dangerous and toxic, increasing global temperatures, and bringing many endangered wildlife and plants to the brink of extinction. Our oceans are getting hotter, expanding, and becoming more acidic; they are also more polluted than ever. It is happening 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Bringing Our Planet and Humanity Back Into Balance….

T-CPI provides a unique platform for discussion and awareness raising. Our commitment is on harnessing new ideas, energies and solutions and leveraging collective action to inspire a new generation of conservationists and future leaders to care for the natural world. Our primary areas of focus include:

1) Oceans/marine conservation;
2) Education;
3) Sustainability/Corporate Social Responsibility; and
4) Wildlife trafficking/Environmental Crime.

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Nature’s rights: a new paradigm for environmental protection

December 12, 2017

We are drowning in plastic and so is the ocean.

November 28, 2017

The Importance of Sharks by Dr Andrea Gaion

November 24, 2017

What is Ocean Governance?

November 19, 2017

The Deep Ocean

November 12, 2017

50 BY 2050: A WHOLE NEW WORLD

November 8, 2017

Exeter Three to Battle the Atlantic for Marine Conservation

October 24, 2017

Why our oceans matter? By Emilie Chartier

October 20, 2017

Guest blog: Meet Sustainable Stephanie

September 28, 2017

Changing the Paradigm, urgently before it’s too late.

September 15, 2017

Reclamation

August 28, 2017

ChargedUp: Green Energy Mobile Charging

July 24, 2017

300 miles for Science Communication

July 9, 2017

Humpback Whale report by Mara Wood, 10 years old, South Brent

July 2, 2017

Projecting Optimism: Obscura Digital and Raising Awareness Through Technology

May 24, 2017

Earth Day 2017: A Call to Empower Our Youth

April 20, 2017

Support the UK Blue Shark Project 2017 today!!

April 16, 2017

Searching for Growth: An Interview with Ecosia

April 12, 2017

From Banished Baijis to Vanished Vaquitas: a decade of destruction

March 25, 2017

My time with Elephants in Samburu, Kenya by Kendra Jade Anderson

February 21, 2017