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OUR MAIN GOAL IS TO PROTECT EARTH
‘At a time when mankind is dying within humans, animals will lead us back to the principles of what humanity is meant to be’ - Anil Prabhaker
Our mission at vikela.earth is to protect. To protect our planet, we seek to drive the evolution of environmental conservation research and the development of sustainable solutions through meaningful collaboration with great people and great organisations.
We are committed to harnessing the best hearts and minds in business, science, the arts and education to create ongoing awareness, improve research methodology and create new possibilities and progress in environmental conservation.
We think locally and globally. We work to empower people and create job opportunities that replenish and sustain our natural resources. We collaborate with policymakers and resource managers who share our passion for deepening knowledge and stimulating scientific research and policy to protect our planet Earth.
WHAT WE DO TO PROTECT ANIMALS
With the lack of international tourism many entities are struggling to find funding.
Not all research projects have the resources to finish life changing work.
Generate awareness about environmental issues through our virtual platform
Identifying sensitive areas and preventing over exploitation of the natural resources.
ABILITY TO SAVE ANIMALS
In the last decade there has been a major shift in the migration patterns of a few different sharks species. None more obvious than the migration of the Great White Shark.
No-one is sure why and to find the reason and understand the impact it will have on marine ecosystems, will conduct a research project spanning many years.
Even good intentions can sometimes have catastrophic consequences. Let's make it better.
will soon start a longterm project on the east coast of Africa. Our goal is to create coral nurseries from coral that has been identified to be more resistant against bleaching events and to propagate and restore reefs that has been damaged by dynamite fishing and drag nets. Part of the project will be to spread awareness about the importance of healthy reefs and create sustainable income sources within the local communities.