We all know that the world’s ecosystems are in a state of danger and we all know it’s our fault.
At Malala we’d like to make it easy for you to do something about it.
A portion of our profits will always be dedicated to
in the places we feel are the most biodiverse, or most at risk.
the Great Rift Lakes region of eastern Africa:
Home to more than 800 species of cichlids and the source of livelihood for millions of people, it is threatened by deforestation, run-off, and overfishing. We would love to work with the WWF to help preserve this region.
The cloud forests of Papua New Guinea:
Incredibly rich in plant and animal species, including the Matschie’s Tree Kangaroo. Just to let the sink in: this region is so biodiverse that it has kangaroos living in the trees. Unfortunately because of excessive logging the Matschie’s Tree Kangaroo, which is a kangaroo that lives in trees, is now considered endangered.
local and indigenous groups have been buying up large tracts of land for conservation purposes.
This is a perfect example of how we intend to help conserve our natural heritage, by both preventing the land from being despoiled and helping indigenous peoples at the same time.