Healthy tropical ecosystems are imperative to maintaining a healthy planet

of the world’s oxygen comes from the Amazon rainforest
of the world’s plants and animals are found in the rainforest
of the known cancer fighting plants exist only in the rainforest

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Stand With Indigenous Communities to Protect Our Rainforests!

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Protect and enhance environment for future generations.

Efficient Technology

Reducing energy use reduces energy costs and result in a financial cost saving to consumers.

Water quality standards

The surface water quality standards help protect, control and regulate the quality of fresh and marine waters.

Efficient Technology

Reducing energy use reduces energy costs and result in a financial cost saving to consumers.

Better Water Environment

Water is at the heart of adaptation to climate change, it is the link between the climate, human society.

Sustainable Air & Climate

We deserve clean air to breathe and a sustain-able future that is responsive to challenges by climate change.

Energy Conservation

Energy conservation are efforts made to reduce the consumption of energy by using less of an energy service.

It is time to change

We help purchase and protect the world’s tropical forests.

Rainforest Trust purchases and protects the most threatened tropical forests, saving endangered wildlife through partnerships and community engagement.

Through these highly effective partnerships, we can ensure sustainable results necessary for the long-term protection of tropical ecosystems and the wildlife they hold.

Take a Part Inside the Movement

Mar 16
Save The Leguans
Jaú National Park, Novo Airão – 12:00 am11:59 pm

Iguana is a genus of herbivorous lizards that are native to tropical areas of Mexico, Central America, South America, and the Caribbean.

Mar 24 – Mar 27
Annual Educational Conference
Double Tree, Columbus Ohio – 12:00 am

Continuing education credits from the Ohio Department of Health, continuing education hours for pesticide applicators and wastewater operators.

Jun 22 – Jul 1
Florida Water Festival
Water Works Park in Downtown Tampa, Tampa Florida – 12:00 am

A unique learning opportunity; event is designed to educate the public at large of the importance of protecting Florida’s precious water resources.

Sep 15 – Sep 29
Back To The Wild
Pacific Edge Eco Lodge, Dominicalito – 12:00 am

Volunteer, rescue and rehabilitate wild animals. We nurture distressed animals back to health and reintroduce them back to the wild

Saving Bizarre Biodiversity in the Heart of the Forest

“Rainforest has my highest respect and in my opinion deserves support for its projects which have exceptional merit of being based upon biological research of high quality, exact mapping, and clear statements of what support will accomplish.”
John Costa
Biologist and Conservationist

Take care of the sick, abandoned forests!

We runs the only legal rescue center which does rehabilitation of wounded, sick and abandoned rainforest animals on the Pacific coast.

With two full time highly skilled Wildlife Biologists, overseeing all of the wildlife at KSTR, and she has been with KSTR for nine years.

The team and Dr. Martin work with professional staff and volunteers, including many budding primatologists, to provide state of the art care for approximately 200 wild animals rescued each year. Without this center, most of these animals would die!

Support center which is effective at successfully releasing healthy animals back into the wild.

People Saving the Rainforest

is looking to raise its goals to include a reforestation project that will include at least 94,000 trees, according to a statement issued by the group.

The goal is being led to fruition thanks to a donation of around 117 hectares, of land that the donor owned as a teak farm before it was harvested back in April 2016, according to the group’s co-founder Jan Alcare. The property will be used not only for reforestation, but also to release some rescued wildlife on it, according to the organization.

Pelota. Ellen. Kermie. 

Three of the cutest, sweetest, and most special two-toed sloths you will ever meet. Their story is one that we hope will make scientific history and provide vast amounts of knowledge about sloth behavior that hasn’t existed until now.

What makes these three so incredibly special and unique is that they were brought to KSTR as orphans and have been successfully hand raised by an amazing group of volunteers led by “sloth mama” Sam Trull who serves as the organization’s Wildlife Manager and “mom” to the orphans.

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