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Synchronicity Earth is a UK-registered charity focusing on global environmental conservation.

Synchronicity Earth aims to be a different kind of conservation organisation. We are research-driven, raising and distributing donor funding to the conservation sector. To increase the impact of this funding, we develop programmes, collaborating with others to coordinate action.

We are in this for the long haul – we recognise that change does not happen overnight, so we develop lasting relationships with our partners and encourage donors to move beyond short-term project cycles.

We want to help create a global network of conservation allies. The work we do helps to bring about meaningful change for endangered species and vulnerable ecosystems and has a positive impact on the livelihoods of often marginalised communities.

Conservation depends on people, but should benefit all life. Through our partners we work in areas where there is an urgent need for conservation action, developing programmes which make a difference to species, habitats and local people.

“Synchronicity Earth is one of very few organisations prepared to support those vitally important conservation efforts that don’t necessarily grab the headlines. This approach is proving to be a lifeline to the important work of conservation organisations and projects which might not otherwise be funded.”

Dr William Darwall, Head, IUCN Freshwater Biodiversity Unit

Our Stories

Learn more about the partners we fund and support, read interviews with our allies and dive deeper into our work.

Champions of the Endangered

Champions of the Endangered

5 minutes read

Synchronicity Earth and the Ellen Fund would like to invite you to share stories which celebrate conservationists doing (...)

An interview with Nemonte Nenquimo

An interview with Nemonte Nenquimo

12 minutes read

Nemonte Nenquimo is an Indigenous leader of the Waorani people in the Ecuadorean Amazon province of Pastaza, one of the (...)

The new and improved Ocean Programme sets sail

The new and improved Ocean Programme sets sail