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.
Stop the looming massacre of Brazilian wildlife!
Lobbyists are pushing to legalize hunting in Brazil – even in nature reserves. Please help stop a hunting bill submitted to the Brazilian National Congress.
Time’s almost up. Tell the EU to act on deforestation now!
Time is almost up for the EU to achieve its deforestation commitments, we urgently need an EU Action Plan to protect forests and respect people’s rights.
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.
Stop the assault on Earth's green lung!
The indigenous peoples of the Amazon are calling on the UN and South American governments to stop the destruction of their forest home. Please lend them your voice.
Stop trashing the rainforest for Nespresso coffee pods!
Aluminum coffee pods are a scourge on the planet. Tell Nespresso and other companies to stop this pointless waste of resources and take them off the market.
A cry for help from the Amazon rainforest
Tell the Brazilian government to take action against armed illegal loggers, gold and diamond miners that are destroying the rainforest of the indigenous Paiter Surui.
Stop the assault on the Amazon rainforest!
Brazil's rainforest is in grave danger: the government is pushing to scrap environmental legislation to benefit logging, industrial agriculture, hydropower and mining.
Fighting the good fight – with your support
Does our work make a difference? Yes, together with our hard-working partners and the international pressure generated by your signatures, we’re scoring real successes.
Brazil: monkeys can breathe easier
Thanks to an international outcry, Netflix is no longer spreading false information about yellow fever and howler monkeys that prompted the wholesale killing of monkeys.
47,000 km² Amazon rainforest reserve safe!
Facing furious protests, Brazilian President Temer retracted his decree abolishing the protection of a swathe of Amazon rainforest the size of Denmark.
Our successes, thanks to your support!
Does our work make a difference? Absolutely! International awareness has a major impact on the struggles of our partners on the ground.
Brazil: environmentalists stop dam on the Tapajós river
The tenacity of the indigenous Mundurukú and a wave of international support paid off in the end: the Tapajós megadam project has been scrapped.