We’re at a critical juncture: environmental programs in the U.S. are being cut and defunded


Rainforest Alliance
Regions
Rebalancing the Planet

We’re at a critical juncture: environmental programs in the U.S. are being cut and defunded. But with your support, the Rainforest Alliance is working with forest communities to protect critical ecosystems and biodiversity hotspots around the globe.
Canada & US
Canada and United States
With some 1.6 billion acres of forests, Canada and the United States share important landscapes and vital biodiversity corridors.
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Asia
Asia
The vast continent of Asia contains an astonishing diversity of landscapes as well as an abundance of plant and animal species.
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East Africa
East Africa
In East Africa climate change has already begun to dramatically threaten remaining biodiversity hotspots through severe droughts and changing rainfall patterns.
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West Africa
West Africa
The Congo Basin spans eight countries, contains the world’s second largest contiguous forest, and boasts abundant biodiversity and natural resources.
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South America
South America
Spanning nine South American countries and 2.7 million square miles, the Amazon is the world’s largest forest and is home to one in ten known species.
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Central America
Central America
Mexico and Central America are world leaders in granting land rights to local and indigenous people—a crucial step in protecting forests.
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About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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