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Preserving critical habitats around the globe

For more than 30 years, we have demonstrated that safeguarding critical habitat is the most effective way to protect species. We work with local partners to develop projects aimed at securing vital habitat.

 

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Save species from extinction

A million species are at risk of extinction this century, each unique and irreplaceable. The leading cause is habitat destruction, and the most valuable habitat is rainforest.

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Worldwide Impact

Save rainforests to stop climate change

We cannot stop climate change without saving tropical forests and keeping historical carbon safely locked up in the wood and soil while removing excess CO2 from the air.

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Saving the world isn't possible without people

We establish strategic partnerships with the world’s most experienced and committed conservationists and their organizations in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

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Success Stories

Saving real acres of rainforest

Rainforest Trust has my highest respect... for its reserve-creating projects which have the exceptional merit of being based upon biological research of high quality, exact mapping, and clear statements of what support will accomplish.

E.O Wilson
Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, and Rainforest Trust Board Member

"The one process now going on that will take millions of years to correct is the loss of genetic and species diversity by the destruction of natural habitats. This is the folly our descendants are least likely to forgive us.”

E. O. Wilson
Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, and Rainforest Trust Board Member

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Our board members and other supporters cover our operating costs, so you can give knowing your whole gift will protect rainforests.

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