Forever Wild will work to protect Earth’s last great wildernesses for societal well-being, for biological diversity and its evolutionary potential, for our cultural record and economic values.
What is Forever Wild?An Australian based NGO, Forever Wild envisions a world in which there will always be vast and wild places, rich in biological diversity and human culture, where we allow ourselves to be inspired.
Launched in 2018 with Fiachra Kearney as the CEO, Forever Wild embarked on a bold vision spanning centuries yet to come, for nature and human society. Forever Wild is truly unique and is building innovative partnerships worldwide to create vast Shared Earth Reserves that are ecologically, politically and socially sustainable.
"Only by linking the natural and human values of the remaining wilderness on our planet will we have any chance of protecting these remarkable landscapes and ensuring they play a key role in human well-being a thousand years from now". Fiachra Kearney, CEO.
We work to protect the last wild places on our planet, by directly protecting them and redefining how people interact and identify with those places. Our reserves can represent so many things to so many people - whether it is cultural, historical, to connect with wildlife, to run low-impact agricultural or to build a livelihood from tourism. Our reserves are where human ancestors met; they are places to keep alive traditional knowledge; they are places that simply enable people to gaze at the vast night sky. Our goal is allow people to identify with our reserves in ways that are meaningful to them. Ultimately these landscapes will be the most valued wild spaces on Earth.
Follow our program updates and watch for annual reports to learn more about how we work to protect wilderness and society. Learn how we work with society, from local families all the way to communities across the planet.