When we protect wildlife, we protect the planet’s air, water, forests, oceans, rivers and climate. We collaborate with indigenous and local leaders to protect walrus and other ice-dependent wildlife in the Arctic and world-class salmon rivers and tigers, leopards and other endangered species around the Pacific Rim.

Arctic Peoples and Wildlife Receive Unique, Historic Protection

Blog Post | May 15, 2015 | Kevin Harun
Today, we celebrate a historic win for the Arctic, its wildlife, and its peoples. After years of negotiations, at 9 a.m. London time, the international community agreed to establish...

Our Top 7 Wins of 2014

Blog Post | December 8, 2014 | Alex Levinson
It has been a banner year for us and our local partners on the frontlines of environmental justice around the Pacific Rim. Here are seven accomplishments I’m especially proud...

Conservation Investment Strategy for the Russian Far East

Report | November 20, 2014
  Drawing on local expertise and lessons learned from the past 25 years, Pacific Environment’s report, Conservation Investment Strategy for the Russian Far East, establishes a forward-thinking set of...

New Strategies for Conservation Success in Russia

Blog Post | November 20, 2014 | Domenique Zuber
Russia’s Far East and Arctic are regions of unparalleled wilderness, rich in biodiversity and vast intact ecosystems. The region is also home to dozens of indigenous cultures, endangered wildlife,...

Bank of America Bankrolling Destruction of the Great Barrier Reef

Blog Post | October 29, 2014 | Domenique Zuber
UPDATE: Bank of America heard you and is showing some positive signs of movement. Stay tuned for more information on new developments. The Great Barrier Reef is a global...

Walrus Haul-Outs on Beaches: Some Solutions

Blog Post | October 14, 2014 | Kevin Harun
In late September, about 35,000 walrus crowded together on a beach in northwest Alaska. This was not an isolated incident, but its sheer size attracted a lot of media...