The History of Borneo Wildlife Preservation
Borneo Wildlife Preservation* (BWP) is a 501(c)(3) public charity, founded in 2012 by renowned Animal Trainer & Behaviorist, Kathy Katerina Pirelli. Borneo Wildlife Preservation was formerly Pygmy Elephant Foundation.
Borneo Wildlife Preservation was created by Ms. Pirelli’s passion, drive, and commitment to protecting wildlife and her belief in education and awareness for a better future of sustainability for the preservation of our planet. She also is an advocate for plant based diets and strongly advocates the necessity for change to stop animal cruelty, the needless pain and suffering brought to sentient beings of all species, and the environmental impact brought on by Livestock Production and Factory Farming.
Environmental and Health Leaders Show Support for Historic Inclusion of Sustainability Language in 2015 Dietary Guidelines
She also feels deeply that the future of our planet depends on awareness and conscious daily decisions made by everyone. That’s why Borneo Wildlife Preservation is helping to facilitate international educational programs for teaching children about the importance of sustainability, the rainforest and respect for all animal species. This is particularly needed on the beautiful island of Borneo, where so many animals are in extreme trouble, including the danger of extinction, because of the destruction of their home, the Bornean Rainforest:
Borneo Rainforest Projects
It is critical for us to stay mindful and conscious of our daily decisions on what we purchase and eat in order to help species that we would never know are being dramatically and negatively affected. We can all make a difference with some very minor changes to our daily lives for the well being of our planet and all of our survival. Please take the time to watch Cowspiracy to help you better understand how devastating of an impact just one of the food industries has on our planet!