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Rainforest Campaigners

Rainforest Portal
A new Rainforest Portal dedicated to protection of the world's remaining tropical rainforests and the rights of their inhabitants.

Rainforest Bio
Visit RainforestBio to purchase wild herbs and experience the vitality of the Rainforest for yourself. The company, the Amazon Herb Company works hand-in-hand with 14 indigenous Rainforest tribes in the Upper Amazon Basin of Peru. Native partners ecologically harvest Rainforest herbs as a sustainable alternative to logging, thus making the Rainforest more valuable alive than dead, preserving their cultures and getting deeds to their lands. Share in this mutually beneficial circle of commerce and help preserve the Rainforest.

The Amazon Herb Company has already helped save over 300,000 acres of Rainforest land. They are working hard to make a difference. Visit their website at Rainforest Bio and sample some of the most beautiful herbs that the Earth has offered to us, without it costing the Earth to bring to your home.

World Land Trust
The World Land Trust is a UK based conservation charity, concerned with the protection of the world's most biologically important and threatened habitats. Originally the World Wide Land Conservation Trust, the World Land Trust has helped save over 300,000 acres of rainforest in Belize, Brazil, Ecuador, India, Costa Rica and the Philippines. It was founded in 1989, and its patrons are Sir David Attenborough and David Gower OBE.

Logging Story
See what we have done to save the ecosystem that has been damaged by illegal logging a few years ago, and see also how the community rejoiced with the results already obtained from these ecosystems which have almost recovered.

Rainforest Information Centre
We are a a non-profit, volunteer organisation dedicated to the protection of the Earth's remaining rainforests and the indigenous people who depend on them. The Rainforest Information Centre (RIC) was born out of the successful struggle to save the sub-tropical rainforests of New South Wales, Australia in the early 1980s. Since then they have been involved in campaigns and projects which protect rainforests and at the same time recognise the legitimate development aspirations of rainforest peoples.

The Rainforest Jukebox
Website/Organisation set up by John Seed et al at the RIC to promote and sell music with all proceeds going to protect the Earth.

Lovearth is an environmental organization that's been creating awareness since 1988. For over 5 years now we have concentrated on disseminating truthful information, empowering solutions and direct actions on environmental and humanitarian concerns via the Internet.

Sarayaku Community
This is the official website of the Sarayacu Community. Sarayacu is struggling for its life, its future as a people & its rainforest. It is located in Pastaza Province, the one province in Ecuador that is rainforest that still fairly intact. And Sarayacu land has never been mined, logged or exploited, it is primarily virgin rainforest so full of biodiversity & still endangered animals, it is so important that it is saved & that the traditional peoples there are allowed to live their life in the forest in harmony which is their home. Its location is remote, access only by plane half hour or canoe 3 days, so the leaders have to do all activities & mobilizations from the nearest city of Puyo. Sarayacu needs support on all levels, moral, economic, volunteers. Sarayacu is the one community that is standing strongly against the destruction by the oil companies CGC/ChevronTexaco. The resistance is amazing and we do need all the help we can get.

Take The Next Step
A visual tour through the ecological challenges that we are facing today and actions that we can take.

Rainforest Action Network
An organisation with a purpose. RAN are campaigning to stop Boise Cascade from destroying old growth forests, and to stop Citibank from investing in projects that are destroying our Earth.

Forest Conservation Portal
A huge website with information on rainforests, forestry and biodiversity, an exhaustive news archive, and excellent campaigns.

Rainforest Concern
A UK-based environmental group actively protecting acres of rainforest in Ecuador through donations.
No details at present as they are redesigning their new website.

Tropical Rainforest Coalition
This environmental group aim to preserve tropical rainforest ecosystems, their indigenous people and cultures at the local level through enabling volunteerism and through community education, and at the international level through technical and financial support for recognized organizations involved in the conservation of tropical rainforests.

World Rainforest Information Portal
An incredible website with exhaustive links, from Rainforest Action Network.

Philippine Reef and Rainforest Project
Set up by the World Wide Land Conservation Trust to save the rainforests on the island of Danjugan in the Philippines.

The Rainforest Alliance
They are a leading international conservation organization. Their mission is to protect ecosystems and the people and wildlife that live within them by implementing better business practices for biodiversity conservation and sustainability.

Focus On Forests
A joint venture between a UK based conservation charity (World Land Trust) and the government department for overseas aid (Department For International Development) has resulted in an exciting new interactive website, aimed at kids aged 11-14 (national curriculum key stage 3). The site contains a wealth of information for conservationists young and old.

Unahi: The United Association of Higaonon Tribes
Non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to the protection and preservation of the largest remaining virgin rainforest in the Philippines and its inhabitants, through its agro-forestry Buffer Zone Project and other initiatives. Organisation - Unahi (United Association of Higaonon tribes in Mindanao).

Rainforest Place
Informative website on the wonders of the Rainforest.

Rainforest Relief
Sparing the World's Rainforests from Consumption - Rainforest Relief works to protect the world's remaining tropical and temperate rainforests by reducing the demand for the products and materials of rainforest destruction such as timber and paper, industrial agricultural products such as bananas, beef, coffee, chocolate and cut flowers, and mining products such as oil, gold and aluminum.

World Rainforest Movement
The World Rainforest Movement is an international network of citizens' groups of North and South involved in efforts to defend the world's rainforests. It works to secure the lands and livelihoods of forest peoples and supports their efforts to defend the forests from commercial logging, dams, mining, plantations, shrimp farms, colonisation and other projects that threaten them.

Save the Amazon Rainforest Organisation
Save the Amazon Rainforest Organisation and they are raising funds to secure forest and place economic sustainable alternatives for the forest dwellers such as their sting-less bee honey project.

Iracambi Atlantic Rainforest Research and Conservation Center
Situated in Brazil's Atlantic Forest, one of the world's top five biodiversity hotspots whose conservation status is critical, IRACAMBI works with local communities, national and international volunteers in an integrated program to save and restore the threatened rain forest, and imporve the livelihoods of forest people. Our programs include forest conservation and restoration, improved management of forested and cleared lands, education and outreach, and working with non timber forest products, goods and services - medicinal plants, ecotourism, water and carbon sequestration.

La Reserva Forest Foundation
The La Reserva Forest Foundation is a volunteer effort to regenerate indigenous tropical forests in Costa Rica. It began nine years ago on a 100 acre dairy farm overlooking Lake Arenal, in the province of Guanacaste (north central) Costa Rica. In our early years we planted tree bridges to connect the few forest islands that remained on our farm, noting that animals could then move from one stand of trees to other forested areas without exposing themselves to predators on the ground. This inspired us in 1998, to allow forests to regenerate naturally on the entire property, creating a private reserve. La Reserva is dedicated to reversing the widespread conversion of tropical forest to farmland, recognizing that we are stewards of the natural world, not just its consumers. We call our work ?oxygen farming? because forests produce oxygen and absorb CO2, thus helping to curb global warming. Please donate to this great foundation!

Document last updated on Wednesday 01 August 2018

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