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Community Engagement

Greetings ūüôā Today i wanted to share with you just some of the Community Engagement that we are involved in. In addition to the below organisations I personally assist Night Eyes Water & Landcare Inc.
Landcare

So what do you do in your community?
Michael Thornley
Author, Lifestyle Entrepreneur & World Traveller

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The Michael Thornley Organisation supports Community Engagement in the Humanitarian and Conservation fields.
(‚ÄėCommunity engagement‚Äô is ¬†a process with the specific purpose of working with identified groups of people, whether they are connected by geographic location, special interest, or affiliation or identify to address issues affecting their well-being‚Äô)

The Michael Thornley Organisation proudly endorse the following Foundations-

Order-Southern-Cross Humanitarian Conservation CommunityOSC-CSO community conservation order-southern-cross

The Order of the Southern Cross (OSC) is a Humanitarian and Conservation Foundation. It was formed in June 2010 by Michael Thornley bringing together a network of people of all faiths and ideals to work together for the education, health and well being of our global children.

The OSC also formed a Conservation arm of the Foundation known as the CSO-OSC Conservation of Species Foundation. 

 

Rhino-Australia community conservation

More than 5,000 rhinos have been poached in South Africa since 2010, and it’s only escalating every year. At this rate, rhinos will be extinct within the next ten years. We need to act now to ensure that rhinos survive this epidemic.

At The Australian Rhino Project, our mission is to fly 80 African rhinos, 11,000 kms from South Africa to Australia, to establish an insurance population and ensure the survival of the species. They need your support before it’s too late.

The Black and White rhinoceros of Africa are under severe threat and potentially on the verge of extinction in their wild habitat due to excessive poaching, driven by a burgeoning market for rhino horn in China and Vietnam.

 

Durrell conservation

Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust is an international charity working globally to save species from extinction.

Our Wildlife Park, Field Programmes and Conservation Academy come together to deliver a unique approach to tackling today’s conservation problems. This allows us to stop declines of threatened species in the short term and to build the necessary skills and capacity to recover species and habitats in the long term.

With limited resources we have to choose where we work carefully. We prioritise our actions on species and in places where we can have most impact. Each of our conservation projects is reliant on collaborations with national and international partners, whose support is essential to achieving sustained success.

There are three central components to the work we carry out at home and overseas. First all our conservation efforts are based on sound science and wherever possible we publish our results to demonstrate our impacts. We act rapidly as many of the species we work with are very close to extinction. From captive breeding programmes to controlling invasive species to forest management, it often requires a suite of actions to save species and promote their recovery. Finally, we support the development of capacity within local communities and partner organisations to build a long term future for conservation.

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