Conservation and restoration organisations are at the heart of our work. Eco-data from these partners flows into our protocol and becomes the source of dynamic digital expression in gaming and art. These organisations are crucial stewards of nature and SNI exists to support their innovation and efforts toward thriving ecosystems around the world we share.

Is your conservation organization eager to put your eco-data into play, to help real nature thrive? We’d love to hear from you!
Kenya Wildlife Trust
To date we have raised over $70,000 USD to support KWT’s innovative Mara Predator Conservation Programme. These funds are used to pay rangers, buy tracking collars, and fund further eco-tech innovation.
SNI’s DEEP builds on local ecological knowledge and is committed to amplifying the work of nature stewards. Therefore we partnered with the leading conservation organisation Kenya Wildlife Trust (KWT) to bring their fascinating predators’ stories to online creatives and content creators.

As Kenya’s principal predator conservation trust, KWT understands critical conservation needs across the country and can create tangible, strategic links between wildlife research, monitoring and conservation efforts. KWT implemented their own flagship lion and cheetah monitoring projects in the Maasai Mara in 2013.

Forgotten Parks Foundation (FPF)
Rooted in the Democratic Republic of Congo and reaching globally, FPF works to promote a world where national parks, biodiversity, and healthy ecosystems are valued and protected.
Forgotten Parks Foundation tracks Forest Elephants among other animals in Upemba National Park, a biodiverse protected region in the Democratic Republic of Congo, that is home to some 1.800 different species, including lions, leopards, elephants, buffalo, and the Katanga Impala.

Forgotten Parks also works in national parks and protected areas in Africa and Latin America, large wilderness areas with high levels of biodiversity, that are largely unknown or forgotten, and suffer inadequate support to ensure their long-term protection. Forgotten Parks works with EarthRanger and SMART (Spatial Monitoring And Reporting Tools) to support long term conservation success with the help of technology.

Established in 2010, AIMM is a Portuguese non-profit environmental NGO committed to marine conservation and research, primarily in Algarve and the Atlantic, with the goal to cultivate a sustainable environment for marine life.
Its mission encompasses the protection of marine species through research, conservation, and fostering a greater understanding of the marine environment.
AIMM is a global player in the domain of marine conservation, advocating for effective conservation measures, fostering responsible tourism related to cetaceans, and supplying scientific data to shape marine management policies and programs.
Rewilding Portugal
Founded in 2019, Rewilding Portugal is a non-profit focused on large-scale ecosystem restoration in the regions of Riba-Côa and Beira Alta.
Rewilding Portugal works with abandoned lands in an effort to enhance biodiversity and restore natural processes of growth and is currently reintroducing near-extinct species like the Soraia horse and the Taurus in the Greater Côa Valley. This region, rich in biodiversity, supports varied habitats and species, including vultures, eagles, otters, red deer, and the Iberian wolf.
Through reintroductions, natural restoration, and fostering a nature-based economy, Rewilding Portugal counters rural depopulation and is creating a thriving Greater Côa Valley, for the animals, the people, and the ecosystems they cohabit.
Save the Elephants (STE)
STE works to secure a future for elephants. Specialising in elephant research, they provide scientific insights into elephant behaviour, intelligence, and long-distance movements and apply them to the challenges of elephant survival and harmonious coexistence with humanity.
High-tech tracking helps plan landscapes while low-tech beehive fences, among other tools, provide people and communities living with elephants with protection as well as income. Education and outreach programmes share these insights with local communities as the true custodians of this rich heritage.
Save the Elephants runs the Elephant Crisis Fund in partnership with the Wildlife Conservation Network, providing flexible and responsive support to NGOs combatting the ivory trade, promoting human-elephant coexistence, and protecting elephant landscapes.
Operational since the 1990s, WWF-Romania is dedicated to conserving biodiversity and fostering sustainable development in the Danube-Carpathian region.
Known as Europe's Green Heart, this region includes Europe's largest wilderness area, and features virgin forests, intact rivers, and the continent's most significant populations of large carnivores such as bears, wolves and lynx. WWF-Romania provides essential resources and green infrastructure vital to this region, which faces threats from deforestation and human development.
WeWilder, a collaboration between WWF-Romania and local communities, supports these conservation efforts. Alongside the Flex Foundation, it is implementing the LIFE-Bison project to restore European bison to the wild, and has already reintroduced over 145 free-roaming bison in the Armeniș commune and Țarcu Mountains foothills.