Our partnership with Nature’s SAFE
Our Shared Mission
The charity’s mission aligns closely with our goal to help and develop, where possible, a greener, safer & more Eco-friendly planet for us all. We acknowledge the great work being carried out by Nature’s SAFE and we are extremely happy to assist in the ongoing development of this project.
We are dedicated to supporting Nature’s SAFE in their incredible mission and we hope to be providing support both financially and through our on-going marketing activities. We want to put the Nature’s SAFE mission in front of as many people and businesses as possible to spread news and information about their incredible work, to everyone.
About Nature's SAFE
We are undergoing the sixth mass extinction. The largest predicted loss of biodiversity for 65 million years. This catastrophic decline is being caused by human activities. The United Nations has recently announced that over 1 million species are at risk, with over 40,000 species potentially going extinct over the next few years (International Union for the Conservation of Nature). The biodiversity crisis is now affecting the air we breathe, our climate and our own existence.
The Nature’s SAFE Solution
Nature’s SAFE is one of Europe’s first living biobanks dedicated to endangered animal species. We are on a mission to Save Animals From Extinction by collecting, indefinitely storing and regenerating reproductive cells and cell lines from endangered animal species. We are a network of leading reproductive biologists, cryobiologists and breeding management specialists offering the latest reproduction and cryopreservation technology to endangered species management stakeholders. We provide a free charitable service for zoological collections to reverse extinction. Cells in our tanks are cryopreserved in a way that maintains viability, so when they are thawed, they can be used directly for cell culture or in assisted reproductive technologies to create pregnancies in our most threatened species. We envisage Nature’s SAFE being the animal equivalent to the Millennium Seed Bank.