Preserve biodiversity
Vote for the project you want to be crowdfunded first

 How TiME works

These hotspots of biodiversity are threatened by human activity and habitat loss.

TiME directs 100% of the money you donate to purchase and protect land in the most biologically diverse areas around the world.

When you become a member (for as little as 1 USD!), you can vote to decide where our funds will be directed.

 

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Crowdfunded
The money to buy land and preserve biodiversity is 100% crowdfunded
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100% of the crowdfunding goes directly to the conservation projects
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Inclusive
Everyone can vote as to which conservation project should be saved first
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Indigenous
We partner with local organizations that ensure the land stays in the hands of indigenous people
Endangered
2
primates are already Extinct
63
primates are Critically Endangered
121
primates are Endangered

The current extinction rate is estimated to be over 100 times the background rate (the natural extinction rate). Habitat loss is the main driver of species extinction. Tropical forests, holding much of the world’s biodiversity, disappear at a rate of 5400m2/second.

Endangered
6
carnivores are already Extinct
4
carnivores are Critically Endangered
32
carnivores are Endangered

The current extinction rate is estimated to be over 100 times the background rate (the natural extinction rate). Habitat loss is the main driver of species extinction. Tropical forests, holding much of the world’s biodiversity, disappear at a rate of 5400m2/second.

Endangered
145
birds are already Extinct
218
birds are Critically Endangered
416
birds are Endangered

The current extinction rate is estimated to be over 100 times the background rate (the natural extinction rate). Habitat loss is the main driver of species extinction. Tropical forests, holding much of the world’s biodiversity, disappear at a rate of 5400m2/second.

Endangered
26
reptiles are already Extinct
196
reptiles are Critically Endangered
382
reptiles are Endangered

The current extinction rate is estimated to be over 100 times the background rate (the natural extinction rate). Habitat loss is the main driver of species extinction. Tropical forests, holding much of the world’s biodiversity, disappear at a rate of 5400m2/second.