AA Strategy

Our company directive is clear: “Think Wildlife Initiative – Saving Habitat (Think WI-SH) is an action-oriented, results-driven, sustainable backyard activist organization dedicated solely to protecting, preserving and restoring habitat in order to sustain all animal life, both domestic and wild, upon which our own existence depends.”

More Specific: Our motto is “Preserving Our World Today to Protect Our Children Tomorrow.” We will accomplish this through ACTION and ANALYSIS otherwise referred to as the “AA Strategy” to further our overall objectives related to natural habitat and wildlife protection.

The “AA Strategy” has two distinct parts:  Generally speaking ACTION denotes galvanizing the few to eventually become the many. That is, Think WI-SH is dedicated to empowering the individual homeowner to become more eco-friendly by making simple and practical modifications to his/her own home thus enabling wildlife to have an oasis in an otherwise increasingly smaller world. As individuals pass “tribal knowledge” to one another it gradually affects the neighborhood and eventually spreads to the greater community. In time, the synergy created becomes a national and global movement.

ANALYSIS is the second component of the “AA Strategy.” It refers to the Think WI-SH Policy Institute. The Institute represents the analytical and research arm of the organization. It’s sole focus is to provide objective policy analysis, public / private consultation, environmental impact reports and in-depth scientific research based on statistical modeling and analysis. The Think WI-SH Policy Institute analyzes current issues as it relates specifically to habitat preservation and restoration. This entails evaluating both proposed and current legislation, assessing potential future implications, then recommending courses of action based on objective analysis and correlating data.


  1. Provide participants the opportunity to complement or replace existing standard operating procedures with practical and executable plans based on “Renewable Energy, Processes and Best Practices.”
  2. Invoke the concept of “tribal knowledge” to reinforce the notion that conservation efforts begin first at home through backyard activism then quickly spread to include neighborhood, community, and country.
  3. Work hand-in-hand with private-sector interests to assess overall company objectives and gauge to what extent those interests adversely affect the environment, and then develop a strategic plan to minimize their overall footprint while still maintaining profitability and building community goodwill.

Together each component of the “AA Strategy” lends greater appreciation and awareness towards environmental conservation efforts that ultimately impact both habitat and wildlife. As the world changes so to must human beings as the designated stewards of our planet’s valuable yet limited natural resources by simply adopting practical measures that will have lasting effect and be particularly critical to the next generation of inhabitants.