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By using goodsearch.com as your search engine, you raise 1 cent for each search you make. It is super easy to sign up. Just go to goodsearch.com and select the get started prompt. Enter your name and email and […]. Aguaje palms which provide income and an important source of food. By funding Climber Harnesses, communities are able to harvest the fruit of the Aguaje palms without having to...
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Rainforest Conservation with the World Land Trust - a charity with a 20 year track record of successful environmental projects. Patrons: Sir David Attenborough and David Gower. Help us protect rainforest and other wildlife habitat. WLT is working with Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) in an urgent bid to save Indian Elephants from extinction. The Elephant Corridor Appeal aims to raise £750,000 to...
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We use rigorous, peer-reviewed science and community engagement to further our conservation objectives. We call this approach ‘informed advocacy’ and it is unique amongst conservation efforts. We investigate to understand coastal species and processes. We inform by bringing science to decision...
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A rainforest conservation charity that aims to protect areas of tropical rainforest and, in particular, habitat vital to the Jaguar. Donate or Volunteer. Meet Pascual. Pascual has lived deep in the rainforest all of his life. He makes a meagre living from a small herd of cattle and from poaching...
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Rainforest Concern is a Registered Charity in the UK, established to protect threatened natural habitats and the biodiversity they contain, together with the indigenous people who still depend on them for survival. The world's tropical rainforests are the richest and most diverse habitats on...
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Rainforest Action Network campaigns for the forests, their inhabitants and the natural systems that sustain life by transforming the global marketplace through education, grassroots organizing and non-violent direct action. If I was running a timber or coal company, the last thing I would want is the Rainforest Action Network coming after me. There is a way in which this organization can move...
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We are a team of Canadians and Peruvians working together to purchase and protect threatened tropical rainforest habitats in the area of Tambopata, Peru. We work with indigenous communities on using the land for sustainable livelihood practices. Conservation of the Amazon addresses many challenges: climate change, biodiversity preservation and the loss of valuable ecosystem services provided by...
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La Suerte Biological Field Station is located in northeastern Costa Rica, Central America.This lowland neotropical region remains one of the most biologically diverse in the world. The field station encompasses 1000 acres containing a wealth of habitats, including primary and secondary forests, swamps, marshes and pastures. In addition, much of the property lies along Río La Suerte, a beautiful...
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While KSTR continues to coordinate these exciting projects plus furthering our ongoing relationships with schools around the world and taking part in international research projects, we need financial help to support the Rescue Center and Sanctuary. Please visit our Donation and Adoption page to see how to help in the way that inspires you the most! Donations to our 501(3)C US non-profit...
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Council for Cultural and Biological Diversity is a group of activists, scientists, Indigenous organizers, and elders working at ground-level in Ecuador to assist in the survival of the tropical rainforests of the Upper Amazon and to support indigenous communities in their struggle for territorial and cultural autonomy. Council for Cultural and Biological Diversity Ecuador : Council for Cultural...
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The Iwokrama International Centre (IIC) was established in 1996 under a joint mandate from the Government of Guyana and the Commonwealth Secretariat to manage the Iwokrama forest, a unique reserve of 371,000 hectares of rainforest, “in a manner that will lead to lasting ecological, economic and social benefits to the people of Guyana and to the world in general”. The Iwokrama forest and its...
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Korup Rainforest Conservation Society (KRCS) is a community based conservation organisation based in Mundemba, Southwest Cameroon, committed to protect the rich biodiversity of Korup National Park and contribute to livelihood improvement of forest dwelling local communities. KRCS is a Cameroonian, legalised non profit organisantion of local persons from the Korup National Park (KNP) area,...
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Environment and climate change newsfeed - from Dr. Glen Barry, EcoInternet. Environmental awareness must soon reach a critical mass, whereby massive societal resources are re-allocated to scale up solutions in a great ecological transition; before biosphere, social, and economic collapse become unavoidable. An approaching ecological inflection point reflects a... Refugees and economic migrants...
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Take action for the rainforest: sign our petitions and explore our current background information. Your signature can have a real impact! Life on Earth originated around 4 billion years ago. While it initially existed only in the oceans, it later spread to the land and atmosphere. Since then, an unfathomable number of species have evolved, around half of which are insects. Numerous plant and...
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Join ARCAmazon to research and protect important rainforest in Peru's Amazon. Get involved by visiting the Las Piedras River in the south west Amazon Basin with the Las Piedras Amazon Center (LPAC). Through ARCAmazon’s local and international alliances, including those with native communities in Las Piedras, we aim to offer sustainable livelihoods for local people through responsible...
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Raintree's extensive website on the Amazon Rainforest features 100's of pages and pictures and facts on rainforest plants, preservation and destruction. Long regarded as hocus-pocus by science, indigenous people's empirical plant knowledge is now thought by many to be the Amazon's new gold. This untold wealth of the indigenous plants are the true wealth of the rainforest - not the trees. Rich...
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"In the next 24 hours, deforestation will release as much CO2 into the atmosphere as 8 million people flying from London to New York. Stopping the loggers is the fastest and cheapest solution to climate change. So why are global leaders turning a blind eye to this crisis?". "The rainforest serves as one of Earth's largest reservoirs of carbon dioxide, helping to regulate global climate patterns...
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San José, December 2nd, 2016 – On the occasion of a public compliance hearing at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights today, members of the indigenous Kichwa community in Sarayaku exposed the Ecuadorian State’s failure to comply with the 2012 judgment issues by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, using a new interactive digital story map to demonstrate how the Ecuadorian State...
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The agroforestry project in the 1 million acre Área de Conservación Regional Comunal Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo (ACRCTT) is extremely important, because it is helping to show that communal reserves in the Amazon can be productive AND sustainable. This will ensure the future of present reserves, and will influence the likelihood of creating new communal reserves for native and indigenous peoples in...
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Pacific Forest Trust sustains America's forests for all their public benefits of wood, water, wildlife, and people's well-being. Pacific Forest Trust, an innovative leader in the conservation of working forests for all their public benefits, today announced it has achieved independent Accreditation for a second time–a national mark of honor and distinction in land conservation. In this Issue: a...
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