WE HAVE ENTERED THE SIXTH MASS EXTINCTION

Species lost in the last 100 years should have been lost in up to 10,000 years in normal times!

ONE MILLION SPECIES  THREATENED WITH EXTINCTION

SAVING OUR LIVING COMPANIONS

This is not an option

This is the battle for the survival of all living things

To raise awarenss around the catastrophic impact of species extinction in a way that people and organisations around the world can see a role for themselves in the struggle

What we do

Global Biodiversity Data Center

Conservation Projects Partnerships

International Policy Agenda

Public Engagement

In the news

New research published by Stop Extinction founder Gerardo Ceballos, shows that the critical window for preventing mass species extinction is only 10 to 15 years.

This short film premiered on 10/16/19 at Stanford University's Cantor Arts Center to a full house of scientists including Dr. Paul Ehrlich of Stanford's Center for Conservation Biology. Also in attendance were Dr. Gerardo Ceballos, Dr. Richard Hansen, Dr. Rahimatsah Amat, and Michael Finley, Jeff Morgan and Michael Sutton of Global Conservation. Media in attendance included Rhett Butler of Mongabay, also on the Advisory Board of Global Conservation.