Two Degrees

OUR MISSION

 

Every pair of Two's sold protects 1,000 square feet of endangered habitat around the world.

  

The money we raise via our Feet for Feet model is directly invested into specially chosen projects protecting high impact, threatened habitat for long term conservation. 

 

CURRENT PROJECTS

  

SIERRA GORDA, MEXICO 

The project protects the Biosphere Reserve in the state of Queretaro, Sierra Gorda, covering an area of more than 946,000 acres (383,000 hectares). It is home to 2,300 species of vascular plants and is Mexico’s richest area for mammal diversity with 131 species and 327 species of birds – many under threat.

 

PREVIOUS PROJECTS

 

THE ECUADOR FORESTS

The project purchased and protected an area of biodiverse wildlife where over 80% of the tropical rainforests have already been destroyed. It is home to some of Ecuador's rarest bird species, including the Jocotoco Antpitta as well as a wide variety of other animals such as Jaguar and Howler Monkey.

  

YUNGAS FOREST, ARGENTINA

The project protected an area under threat from agriculture, illegal logging and hunting. The WLT worked with us and Fundación Biodiversidad-Argentina to create El Pantanoso – a reserve in the northern Argentine Yungas. The Yungas is a critical ecological corridor for many threatened species such as puma and jaguars.

 

 

  

HOW DOES IT WORK?

 

 

 

If you would like to find out more on exactly how we protect habitats around the world then please take a look at our FAQs where we go into more details or you can get in touch with us and we'll get straight back to you.

 

 

WHY SHOULD WE CARE?

 

WE ARE LIVING IN THE LARGEST MASS EXTINCTION EVENT IN 65 MILLION YEARS...

 

Mass extinctions

MASS EXTINCTIONS

150 species of plants, insects and mammals are believed to be going extinct every single day.

Deforestation

DEFORESTATION

Since 2000, the equivalent of 50 football pitches in the Amazon are destroyed every minute  

Plastic pollution

PLASTIC POLLUTION

A recent study suggested that by 2050 there will be more plastic (by weight) than fish in the ocean.

  

As a business, we want to take a lead on environmental change. We do this by protecting endangered habitat around the world - home to some of the world’s most vulnerable species.