Our goal:

Conservation, sustainable use and protection of natural resources including plants, animals, mineral deposits, soils, clean water, clean air, and fossil fuels such as coal, petroleum, and natural gas. Concerned with the world’s biodiversity crisis and other enviromental problems. The World Conservation Union (IUCN) has updated the 2009 Red List of threatened species in the world. It is an alarming report it published, revealing that 17,291 animal and plant species face extinction.

GBP will works to protect wildlife and wild places mainly in Africa. Protecting endangered species, fight against deforestation, support national development while preserving natural resources: how to reconcile all these issues critical to our future? Our project is part of the recommendations of the Kyoto Summit (effective from 2005) on the environment was followed by the Copenhagen World Summit (from 7 to 18 December 2009)

The overall profit for our project: Driving the new generation to think differently its relationship to its environment in order to establish a respectful relationship with the Earth, which will allow humanity to develop a new civilization noble, as part of a universal development, harmonious and sustainable. Global Bbiodiversity Protection intends to work mainly on protecting wildlife and flora, oceans and rivers, in Africa, specifically.


Eric K. Noji, M.D. at Gombe Stream Research Center, Gombe Stream Game Reserve in Tanzania

Eric K. Noji, M.D. at Gombe Stream Research Center,
Gombe Stream Game Reserve in Tanzania

tribuGBP does not meddle in any political interference from other States and Communities. GBP’s approach is purely humanistic and therefore respecting freedom of opinion and the diversity of cultures.

GBP thinks that cultural diversity contributes positively to human development and the secular preservation of territories. As an efficient and non-sectarian structure, GBP accepts all donors, business or states included.

Yet, GBP will freely decide where to intervene and who to accept donations from, in line with its Deontological chart whose principles are aligned with the Charter of the United Nations. GBP will strictly separate the donors from the Managing Committee. Acting with transparency, the Managing Committee will define strategies and decide on investment priorities.

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