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6 Ways to Help the Environment from Home

As we commemorate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day on April 22nd from our homes, it is important to remember we can all still have a positive impact on the planet. The celebration of this day occurs in uncertain times, with emergence and spread of COVID-19, a zoonotic disease that is the direct result of […]


Rainforest Trust Appoints James Deutsch CEO

Mark Gruin named Vice President, Strategic Initiatives Warrenton, VA, April 3, 2020 – Rainforest Trust, a global leader in the protection of tropical ecosystems and endangered wildlife, announced today that James C. Deutsch has been appointed Chief Executive Officer. In this role, he will build on Rainforest Trust’s 32 years of conservation success and lead […]


Healthy Forests, Healthy Planet

By Angela Yang, Rainforest Trust Chief Conservation Officer – Forests have long served to protect and provide for all of Earth’s species. Trees help buffer climate extremes and natural disasters, absorb and store carbon from the atmosphere, keep our water sources pristine, preserve land cover and topsoil, and provide sources of food and refuge for […]


Dr. James C. Deutsch

James C. Deutsch, is a strategic leader in global conservation with a passion for saving wildlife and wild lands and a talent for translating cutting-edge science into field projects with maximum conservation impact. James comes to Rainforest Trust from the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation where, as Director of Wildlife and Biodiversity, he oversaw the […]


New Aquatic Nature Reserve Protects Critically Endangered River Dolphins in Borneo

The Irrawaddy Dolphin is technically an oceanic species, living along the coasts of Asia. But the dolphins also live in three river systems — the Mekong, the Irrawaddy and the Mahakam. And these freshwater populations are under greater threat than the oceanic populations. While the International Union for Conservation of Nature lists the global Irrawaddy […]