Indonesia is known throughout the world as a country full of rainforests, carbon-rich peatlands and incredible biodiversity, like 1700 different species of birds. Indonesia is, therefore, a heritage of mankind, and our project aims to defend this unique ecosystem in the world.
The project location is the Kalimantan region, in Borneo, the headquarters of the Tanjung Puting National Park, heavily damaged by a fire in 2015, which destroyed 30,000 hectares of land.
We aim to recover those destroyed hectares and expand the protected area, fighting the pyromaniacs, the illegal mines and the palm oil industry. The project is not only focused on planting trees and managing their growth but also wants to actively involve the local population, starting with children, teaching the conservation of natural resources. Our training courses will lead to the creation of jobs and a long-term stable income for the whole area, through tourist visits and scientific expeditions. Tourists will be able to see unique animals and rare plants after a four-hour journey, which will create various eco-sustainable business opportunities.
Those who will contribute to the project will receive a certificate and periodic updates via email. Even the smallest contribution can really make a difference and change things.
A small investment, to bring to a great future on the planet where your children will live.