Our focus is the protection of wildlife, forests, ocean and climate. We turn the evidence we gather in the field into expert reports targeted at authorities who can make a difference, and campaign for improved governance and effective enforcement. Our four programmes of work are interrelated and help address the overarching issues of climate change and loss of biodiversity. The protection of existing old growth forests is paramount if forests as a climate solution are to succeed. Furthermore, the loss of forest animals leads to crashes in forest carbon as large tropical tree species often rely on large animals for seed dispersal and regeneration. Solving the problem of deforestation and habitat loss for endangered species are therefore a prerequisite for any effective response to climate change. Wherever they live, elephants leave dung full of seeds from the many plants they eat. Similarly, whale or dolphin faeces are nutrient rich and provide food to phytoplankton, which grow, spread and serve as effective absorption shields for CO2. The Ocean absorbs 35% of all CO2 produced on the planet and marine plants produce at least half of the oxygen we breathe. Elephants and cetaceans are of paramount importance to life on earth!