Project C: LAUNCH OF GOOD MEAT
Project C change is associated with the Launch of Good meat at Singapore. The first-in-the-world regulatory allowance of real, high-quality meat created directly from animal cells for safe human consumption.
Cultured meat’s role in creating a safer, more secure global food supply has been well-documented, at the same time, meat production has risen dramatically, and by 2050, consumption is projected to increase over 70 percent.
Major public health crises have been linked to patterns of conventional meat consumption, hence, safer, more efficient and less environmentally harmful ways of producing meat are urgently required to satisfy growing consumer demand.
Project C: CHANGE KILIMANJARO CHARITY CLIMB 2020
The Covid-19 pandemic has been a tragedy for the human world, but it has also been a crisis for wildlife. Due to unprecedented global lockdowns, conservancies in Africa have been financially
ruined as funds have dried up due to the lack of tourism, the largest source of income for conservation and anti-poaching initiatives. Wildlife needs YOUR help more than ever before.
Reconnecting Asia with nature
Project C:CHANGE is a social enterprise and media platform founded by Sean Lee-Davies, dedicated to generating and raising awareness in China and Asia about global environmental degradation, climate change and conservation.
Using the power of celebrity, Project C:CHANGE engages multiple media channels to elevate people’s consciousness of the natural world, while empowering local communities to protect their natural resources.
Take a bit of wildlife home with you in the form of one of our fine art photography prints. Instead of decorating your home with mounted animal heads, fur carpets, or ivory trinkets, why not hang these beautiful shots of living creatures in action? All proceeds go to supporting key charities in Africa Big Life Foundation, The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, and the International Anti-Poaching Foundation (IAPF).
The buzz on the wide, wild world… that we are a part of, too.
From statistical reports and analyses to features and fun facts, get updated on what’s happening in the wild. We scour lush jungles, arid deserts, and native savannahs to bring you the latest.
Charities We Support
Project C:CHANGE primarily raises funds to aid local charities working on the ground in Africa. Their work is essential in protecting endangered animal species, particularly elephants, rhinos, and big cats.
Project C:CHANGE would like to thank our generous partners and organisations we’ve worked with before: