100&Change: 2020

National Marine Mammal Foundation

JANE: Justice & Action Network for the Earth

Conservation scientists join forces with intelligence operatives to save endangered species impacted by wildlife crime, empowered by award-winning filmmakers and major influencers to accelerate change.

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100&Change: 2020
Subject
Environment
Current Work Location(s):
  • Estado de Baja California, Mexico
  • Provincia de Galápagos, Ecuador
  • Diana Region, Madagascar
  • Mandalay Region, Myanmar
Priority Populations:
  • Indigenous peoples
  • Economically disadvantaged people
  • Victims and oppressed people
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs):
  • 5. Gender equality
  • 9. Industry, innovation and infrastructure
  • 12. Responsible consumption and production
  • 14. Life below water
  • 15. Life on land
  • 16. Peace, justice and strong institutions

Executive Summary:

Our planet is in the midst of a human-induced mass extinction event. Thousands of species are disappearing on land and at sea. Wildlife crime is the second largest threat to species survival, generating billions of dollars in illegal revenue. Fueled entirely by human factors, this problem can be solved. Conservation medicine experts have now joined forces with intelligence operatives and award-winning filmmakers to create a game-changing, high-impact strategy. JANE, our Justice & Action Network for the Earth, uses an intelligence-driven approach to develop 360 views of endangered species in biodiversity hotspots impacted by wildlife trafficking. JANE allows for rapid detection of major threats, disruption of supply chains, and development of holistic conservation actions that integrate and benefit local communities. From the start, ground-breaking filmmakers will expose the issues through social media and film to drive immediate and lasting change, while reinvesting proceeds into the model to ensure scalability and sustainability.

Organization Details
Lead Organization

National Marine Mammal Foundation

website: https://www.nmmf.org/
Organization Headquarters
San Diego County, California, United States
Organization ID
26-1501109
Annual Operating Budget
$10 to $49 Million
Number of Full-time Employees
100 to 299
Type
Non-profit

Charity, fund, non-governmental organization, religious institution, school, or other entity