Harnessing more than 2 million nhbs.com search queries per annum, Xchange connects users with nonprofit and commercial websites that offer natural history, conservation and environment products and services. By linking relevant websites to the 400 or so subject classifications used to categorise our titles, an nhbs.com user is presented with information on organisations related to a title (i.e. A title on Cetaceans would offer a link to the Whale & Dolphin Conservation Society (WDCS)).
Our Xchange scheme is free! all we ask is for a reciprocal link on your website or paper publication - terms & conditions are simple and straightforward.
If you are a nonprofit or commercial organisation offering environmental services and products, we would like to hear from you! Applying to join NHBS Xchange is straightforward - just complete and submit the online Xchange application form. If you have any queries, please email email@example.com.
Xchange is open to all environment-oriented onprofit organisations, including:
- Local Natural History Clubs, Trusts and Groups
- Habitat & Species Conservation Charities
- Scientific Societies
- International and National NGOs
- Higher Education & Government websites
- Aquaria, Botanic Gardens, Museums & Zoos
We welcome applications from companies offering goods and services in the following sectors:
- Wildlife & Conservation Field Equipment
- Ethical Consumer Goods
- Wildlife/Eco Travel
- Magazines & Newsletters
- Environmental News & Information
Local Natural History Clubs, Trusts and Groups
One of the great strengths of the global environmental community is that so much important natural history and conservation fieldwork is carried out by small, localised clubs, groups and trusts. So wherever your organisation is in the world, we would like to hear from you!
Habitat & Species Conservation Charities
We are particularly keen to see conservation charities join Xchange - from those that work to protect endangered species to organisations that focus on families of animals and plants, or on threatened ecosystems like tropical forests and wetlands.
Societies devoted to the study of fauna and flora have been the backbone of natural history for hundreds of years, and many continue to do much vital work. Participating in NHBS Xchange could help scientific societies to acquire members as well as promote current activities.
International and National NGOs
We already work closely with a number of major NGOs, but would like to collaborate with many more.
Higher Education & Government
NHBS Xchange is ideal for the plethora of specialised institutes and agencies in universities, colleges and government who need a way to raise their profile.
Aquaria, Botanic Gardens, Museums & Zoos
Aquaria, botanic gardens, museums and zoos are biodiversity treasure troves that play a crucial role in protecting and understanding the natural world. But this is poorly understood in the public arena. Joining NHBS Xchange offers 'collections institutions' a valuable way of publicising their activity.
Wildlife & Conservation Field Equipment
Binoculars, telescopes, cameras, nesting boxes, bat boxes, hides, bat detectors, GPS, outdoor clothing/gear - if you produce or sell field equipment for naturalists and conservationists then we would be delighted to receive your application to join NHBS Xchange.
Ethical Consumer Goods
Organic foods, biodiversity-friendly goods, home products, ethical investments, magazines/information resources - if you offer products and services that people with a very high committment to biodiversity conservation and sustainable development would be interested in, contact us!
If you run wildlife/ecotravel tours to any destination in the world, we would like to hear from you - whatever the size of your operation.
Magazines & Newsletters
We would be glad to hear from anyone involved in publishing or editing a wildlife or environment magazine/newsletter - NHBS Xchange is an ideal platform for reaching a dedicated audience.
Environmental News & Information
If you have a news or information resource that you would like to share with nhbs.com customers, get in touch! Despite the terabytes of data floating around the internet, there is still a terrible dearth of reliable environmental news and data, particularly on habitats and species.