CapeNature works in partnership with private landowners, communities, agricultural businesses, governmental and non-governmental organisations to secure biodiversity in the face of climate change. We use corridors, biodiversity hotspots and world heritage sites to support our landscape scale conservation activities.
We take a broad approach to conservation, aiming to understand the entire landscape, rather than small sites that need to be conserved. This kind of conservation focuses on creating an ecological network of land, because conservation sites do not exist in isolation. They are interconnected and affected by local economies, agriculture, climate change, wildlife, cultural heritage and eco-tourism.