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Here’s where we’re active

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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Protesting indigenous women in Brazil

189,408 supporters

Prosecute Brazilian President Bolsonaro for genocide!

Human rights activists are calling on the International Criminal Court to investigate Brazilian President Bolsonaro for inciting genocide.

Cattle herd in Mato Grosso

342,248 supporters

Amazonia is burning: NO to free trade with arsonists!

Corporate arsonists are torching Amazonia for cheap beef. Let's not incentivize environmental crimes with a free trade agreement between the EU and Mercosur.

Robert and local activists

Buying rainforest and reforesting oil palm plantations in Sabah

In eastern Sabah, our partners are buying plots of forest and reforesting plantation land to link the fragmented habitats of pygmy elephants and other endangered species.

A baby elephant standing over the body of its dead mother, touching her head with its trunk

380,531 supporters

Stop the death bridge in the elephant forest!

More than 350 pygmy elephants still live along the Kinabatangan river in Sabah, Borneo. Road construction and poachers are pushing into their dwindling habitat.

Montage: avocados (l.), protests in Chile

136,226 supporters

Stop water theft for avocados in Chile!

Avocado plantations in Chile are monopolizing ground water and drying out entire regions. Support the people of Petorca in their fight to get their water rights back.

Tapanuli orangutan

366,956 supporters

Stop bulldozing the Tapanuli orangutan!

A dam for a 510 MW hydropower plant in Batang Toru forest on Sumatra could spell oblivion for the recently discovered Tapanuli orangutan.

Bison

Feb 26, 2020

Protest kills tar sands mine!

A massive tar sands mine project in Canada has been abandoned.The project became unfeasible because of resistance against it and the debate about climate protection.

Penan and Berawan people resisting logging in Mulu forest, Sarawak, Malaysia

Sep 4, 2019

Protests save UNESCO World Heritage forest

Staunch resistance by indigenous communities in Malaysia saved Mulu National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, from destruction by a palm oil company.

Sugar cane harvesting in Brazil (Mato Grosso, Brazil)

145,146 supporters

Brazil: Keep biofuel plantations out of the rainforest!

Brazilian President Bolsonaro is opening the Amazon rainforest to grow sugar cane for biofuel. Tell the EU to reject free trade in Brazilian ethanol.

Olive Ridley sea turtle

228,865 supporters

Save Malaysia's sea turtles!

Speak out for sea turtles! Please help protect marine biodiversity and Penang’s fishermen! Please sign our petition to the Prime Minister of Malaysia.

Hippo in Lake Naivasha

Jun 28, 2019

Hippo “cull” in Zambia canceled!

2,000 hippos in Zambia are safe! Local and international pressure prompted the Zambian government to call off the planned “cull”.

Cross River gorilla

208,035 supporters

Nigeria: keep cocoa growers out of gorilla habitat!

Gorilla habitat is shrinking day by day, and one of the main drivers is the chocolate industry. Cocoa farms are penetrating the last refuges of the endangered primates.

Computer screen with a generic website showing the integrated petition widget

Jul 28, 2019

Promote our current petition on your website with the Rainforest Rescue widget

If you manage your own web presence, you can support us in our mission to protect the world’s rainforests by adding our new widget to your site.

March to Malaysia's Parliament House to protest the Penang government’s proposed Penang South Reclamation (PSR) project

Aug 3, 2019

Malaysian federal government will look into land reclamation controversy

We have succeeded in raising the issue of land reclamation and sand mining to the Malaysian national level, thus improving our chances of lobbying for a desirable outcome.

Bengal tiger

152,902 supporters

NO new coal power – protect local people and wildlife!

Bangladesh’s Sundarbans are threatened by a planned coal-fired power plant that will have an incalculable impact on the mangrove ecosystem and local people.