Endangered Species International is an amazing group that really gets things done out in the field. I applaud their effort and hard work to save endangered animals and their home! Most fund is spent on the field for direct impacts..no wasting resources!
Very efficient spending, thet dont send wasteful gadgets or strikers as thank you donation as many charities do. They put the resersources right in the field where it is needed the most. I support gorilla Congo project and coral reef project in Indonesia
ESI protects the last frontiers of wilderness bottling up huge amounts of carbon from the atmosphere, housing arrays of animal and plant life that live in few other places, and delivering critical services such as shuttling water through the ecosystem. I am a friend and supported of ESI. I applaud their efforts.
Keep up with your great field projects. I support ESI projects to protecting animals from poaching, reduce global consumption of wildlife products and strengthening enforcement, and providing efficient protected area.
ESI's 100 percent independence on corporate funding makes them free to create and implement strong projects to protect endangered species, rainforests, oceans, and stands against big corporations destroying our planet. I love this charity and their work.
Endangered Species International is definitely one of my top nature charities. I don't trust or have a lot of admiration towards the big charities like WWF or Conservation International for good reasons and facts. They get support from Starbucks or MacDonald, which produced HUGE waste through their business. ESI is quite the opposite, very strong on ethics, lean expenses, amazing field projects from animals and wilderness in many parts of the world. Great work :)
What i love about the Endangered Species International is that is does not talk about protecting nature and animals but act on it with real and concrete programs in the field that make a real difference for nature where usually no others groups are...
There's has been an unprecedented growth in illegal wildlife trade across the world in recent years, which is threatening to overturn decades of conservation successes. Especially for iconic animals like rhinos, elephants and tigers. I can only applaud the work of ESI in fighting the illegal trade o some many animals and plants and their works in the field going after illegal poachers makes a real impact..Keep doing the great work..
Of all the non-profits I have donated to or worked with, I rate the Endangered Species International at the top. Their direct work in the field where it is needed the most on behalf of threatened and endangered species have been the most effective actions taken to preserve the lands, waters, plants, rainforest, coral reefs...etc
I saw first hand the work of ESI to conserve the world's most important forests to sustain nature's diversity, benefit our climate, and support human well-being especially indigenous people. Thump up! I am a strong supporter of ESI.