BIODIVERSITY & CLIMATE ACTION
Climate AID World Forum is a Non-Profit Independent and Non-Partial Forum, governed by the Non-Profit organization The Perfect World Foundation.
The Perfect World Foundation (TPWF) was founded in 2010 with the mission of aiding animals and nature in crises, globally. The ambition of the foundation is to fight hard to make a difference through both spreading knowledge and awareness about vulnerable wildlife and raising funds to support wildlife conservation around the world.
Poaching, loss of habitat, illegal wildlife trade, are some of the more evident human actions threatening the life and future of our wild animals and nature. But through out the years a more imminent threat became clear; the global climate change, which challenges the future existence of all life on earth.
To take action for solutions to the climate crisis, the TPWF in 2018 arranged a Climate Conference in Gothenburg, featuring prestigious and influential keynote speakers such as Sir David Attenborough and the former chair of IPCC, and recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, late Dr Rajendra Pachauri.
The realisation of the importance of combined efforts of implementing technical solutions to reduce the CO2 emissions and push sustainable actions in parallell with wildlife conservation to support the vital biodiversity and restore the natural balance on earth became the birth of the foundation’s initiative – Climate AID World Forum. A platform that invites businesses and actors to join together to learn from each other and take action towards a sustainable future with a sharp deadline of reaching the crucial goals needed, by 2030.