Reconnect.

We’re all part of the natural world, but we’ve never been more detached. On the Edge is reconnecting people with the wonder of life on earth to ensure all nature thrives.

NEW SERIES

ANIMALS IN THERAPY

Our series of comedic digital shorts takes you inside the minds of unusual and often highly endangered species. What’s it like being a pangolin, or a condor or an ocean-dwelling fish in our human-dominated world? Sometimes alone, sometimes in groups, they give their perspectives on life, love and survival.

Self Help ft. Sifaka

Self Help ft. Sifaka

Our Media Projects

Games - Play Today

Kākāpō Run

Teaser

Kākāpō Run

01 / 02
Games - Play today

Save the Purple Frog

Save the Purple Frog Trailer

Save the Purple Frog

02 / 02
Games - Play Today

Kākāpō Run

Teaser

Kākāpō Run

01 / 02
Games - Play today

Save the Purple Frog

Save the Purple Frog Trailer

Save the Purple Frog

02 / 02

MOBILE GAMES

Save the Purple Frog

By hopping for your survival! You’re India’s weirdest frog. Dodge owls, snakes, trains and other life-threatening hazards as you make a hopeful dash for the breeding ground.

EDGE Community

Creators on the Edge

#Creatorsontheedge showcases five of the best social content creators — all wildly different except for one thing: they’re into connecting with nature.

Our Science and Conservation Projects

Conservation

Conservation Grants

Whether we’re talking lemurs in Madagascar or angelsharks off the coast of Wales, lesser-known species are getting attention through conservation projects we support.

Science

The Attention Tracker

Our ground-breaking tool shows what interests people most — and least — about nature. Wherever they are and through time.

Our Partners

We’re excited to partner with some incredible people and organizations who are helping reconnect people with nature.

updated 2022/05

International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) SSC, Chair’s Office

Nature in Focus

Bright Tide

Jam 'n Germs

Compostable Kate

Australian Wildlife Conservancy

Passion Planet

Project SIARC (Sharks Inspiring Action and Research with Communities)

Ben Gurion University

Gripping Films