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We’re working around the world, supporting our partners on the ground in tropical countries. Find out more about where we’re involved and what we’re doing.

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Germany, Indonesia

We will not be intimidated or silenced! – a declaration of solidarity

Rettet den Regenwald e.V. (Rainforest Rescue) is currently facing a lawsuit before the District Court of Hamburg, Germany.

A villager is assaulted by plantation workers


Brutality against Sarawak villagers – Covid lockdown hinders assistance

Indigenous people often suffer violence at the hands of thugs working for oil palm plantations: Our Malaysian partner Matek Geram sent us a frightening video.

Kalimantan oil palm plantation

Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea

Satellite images debunk "sustainable palm oil" pledges

Rainforest destruction for palm oil remains a reality, as the analysis of satellite image data from Indonesia, Malaysia and Papua New Guinea.

Oil palm plantation on Papua


Study: Indonesia's “Food Estates” drive hunger and environmental destruction

The new “Food Estate” programs announced for Indonesia will result in more hunger and threaten local people, regional forests and the global climate.

A truck driving through an oil palm plantation in Liberia


Confirmed: palm oil company destroys rainforest in Liberia

Golden Veroleum Liberia (GVL) is clearing richly biodiverse rainforest – this is the conclusion of a report by High Carbon Stock Approach (HCSA), an industry organization.

450 organisations say: STOP UE-MERCOSUR

Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay

450+ organizations join forces against EU-Mercosur agreement

The new Stop EU-Mercosur coalition is calling on political leaders to reject the EU-Mercosur free trade agreement and put people and the planet before profit.

Tailor in Hamdallaye, Guinea

98,795 supporters

NO to loan guarantees for bauxite mines in Guinea!

With a loan guarantee for a bauxite mine in Guinea, the German government is driving land grabbing, environmental destruction and human rights violations.

An indigenous man wearing feathers and a painted face standing in the forest with a blowpipe

Mar 31, 2021

UN report: indigenous people are the best forest guardians

A new United Nations report concludes that deforestation rates are significantly lower in areas where indigenous peoples live and bear responsibility for their forests.

Gold prospectors on a river in Côte d’Ivoire

Côte d’Ivoire, Liberia

Where are the chimpanzees of Djouroutou?

For years, a group of 25 to 30 chimpanzees had been habituated to the presence of visitors to Taї National Park, but in February the animals disappeared without a trace.

Loggerhead turtle in Malaysia


Malaysia: rescued sea turtle released in threatened biodiversity hotspot

A loggerhead turtle was rescued by local fishermen in the south of Penang island, West Malaysia, at a threatened stretch of coastline.

RIAO-RDC members with villagers from Bongemba / Yahuma

130,342 supporters

DRC: Release the palm oil protesters jailed in Mwingi!

Local activists who oppose the palm oil company PHC in the Democratic Republic of the Congo were jailed following a protest march.

Traditional chiefs in Lokutu, DRC

DRC activists fight exploitation, brutality and land grabbing by the palm oil industry

Feronia-PHC’s palm oil plantations in the Democratic Republic of Congo are more than 110 years old – and a never-ending blight on the lives of people in nearby villages.