Our dedicated forests team has identified priority protection projects, regions we feel are in most danger and are most critical to the health of our planet.

Indonesia 

Indonesia is not only home to diverse species of plants and animals including the endangered Sumatran tiger of which there are only 400 remaining, but its carbon-rich peatlands are also critical to millions of Indonesians. Read more about our work to protect rainforests in Indonesia.

 

 

 

Amazon

The Amazon forest is home to more wildlife than anywhere else on Earth in addition to 20 million people. Storing up to 120 billion tons of carbon, it is also criticial to regulating our climate. We're working to towards a goal of zero deforestation in the Amazon by 2015 by working with industry and protective forests code. Find out more about our work in the vibrant Amazon region.

 

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Congo Basin 

The vast forest of the Congo Basin is the second largest tropical rainforest on earth and the lungs of Africa. Its ecosystem provides food, fresh water, shelter and medicine for millions of people, and is home to many critically endangered species including elephants, gorillas, bonobos and okapis. International palm oil plantations have unfortunately set their sights on this vulnerable region, and we're working hard to expose the danger of this kind of reckless development. Read more.

 

The latest updates

 

The Fight Against Illegal Logging In The DRC

Image gallery | March 3, 2014

2013: The Year In Photos

Image gallery | December 24, 2013

World Biodiversity Day

Image gallery | May 22, 2013

International Day of Forests

Image gallery | March 21, 2013

A Forest Conservation Policy

Image gallery | February 5, 2013

Forest Clearing, Cameroon.

Image gallery | November 19, 2012

KFC Action

Image gallery | May 29, 2012

Pig Iron Occupation, Sao Luis.

Image gallery | May 29, 2012

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Our dedicated forests team has identified priority protection projects, regions we feel are in most danger and are most critical to the health of our planet.

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