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Two pygmy elephants on Borneo

186,346 supporters

Keep roads out of Sabah's elephant forest!

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

Western chimpanzee

82,611 supporters

A cry for help from West Africa: save us from extinction!

The future looks grim for the critically endangered western chimpanzee. Please speak out for stronger protection for some of our closest kin.

Indigenous people blocking a logging road in western Malaysia

104,023 supporters

Stop logging the Temiar people’s ancestral forest!

Loggers are destroying precious forests in Malaysia’s Kelantan province. Speak out for the indigenous Temiar people who are resisting the looting of their ancestral home.

Kellogg’s, Nestlé, Unilever: child labor for palm oil!

113,016 supporters

Kellogg’s, Nestlé, Unilever: NO to child labor for palm oil!

The palm oil industry not only destroys rainforests, it systematically exploits its workers with child labor, forced labor and other human rights violations.

Elephants enjoying a swim

51,312 supporters

The last Sumatran elephants need your voice!

Some of the last Sumatran elephants roam the forests of Sepintun, a habitat that urgently needs to be protected from the threat of industrial plantations.

A Balkan lynx in the forest

Feb 6, 2017

Hydropower projects in Balkan lynx habitat cancelled

The Balkan lynx can breathe easier: Mavrovo National Park in Macedonia is safe after international banks axed two potentially disastrous hydropower projects.

A young chimpanzee climbing a tree in the rainforest

Jan 23, 2017

Laying the groundwork for a national park: researchers chart chimpanzee forest

Until now, little was known about Gbi Forest. Following the initial charting expedition, members of the Wild Chimpanzee Foundation are now studying its biodiversity.