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NGOs & Partners

50% of the Saplings' Sales will be donated and split among those non-governmental organizations.
Proud to be partners with top non-profit organizations that actively work to stop and remove the deforestation around the globe, having an enormous impact on climate change.
Still looking for more NGOs and other organizations to work together with.

Amazon Conservation (AC)

Since 1999, its Mission is to unite science, innovation, and people to protect the western Amazon – the greatest wild forest on Earth. AC works together with local communities, governments, indigenous groups, scientists, and partner organizations to protect the Amazon Rainforest for local inhabitants and future generations. They focus their efforts on on-the-ground conservation solutions that have a lasting impact in the region.
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What is a rainforest? 🌴

Rainforests offer the largest, lowest-cost emissions reductions for the planet in two ways. Preventing their destruction avoids release of harmful greenhouse gases. Tropical rainforests also absorb CO2, and other gases that cause global warming.
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The Challenges? 🪓

The Amazon is getting closer to its “tipping point”— when it will no longer be able to generate its own rainfall and support its rainforest ecosystems.
Estimates place the current deforestation level of the Amazon at 17 percent, and its tipping point at 20-25 percent. If the tipping point is surpassed, the largest rainforest on Earth could become—at best—a dry grassland. Trees. Oxygen. Water. Food. Wildlife. Life. Protecting the Amazon ensures a healthy future for all of humanity. What does the Amazon offer us?
  • Irreplaceable Biodiversity: Home to more than 10% of the world’s known wildlife species
  • Climate Regulator: The Amazon’s role as a climate regulator is critical as the planet gets hotter and drier
  • Resources and Medicine: Modern medicine also depends on forest resources, as many treatments and vaccines are derived from wild flora
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How do they act? 💪

They work hand-in-hand with governments and communities to create and strengthen key conservation areas to protect globally-important forests that help mitigate the effects of climate change and provide vital resources for all who call them home.
They directly address major threats that endanger biodiversity and people’s well-being, including illegal gold mining and logging, unsustainable road development projects, and climate change impacts, such as fires, flooding and species extinction. How they protect wild places?
  • They create conservation areas
  • Safeguard indigenous territories
  • Innovate the management of conservation areas by providing science and technology
  • Connect habitats to enable wildlife to have the space they need to thrive
  • Build climate resilience
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What will be my impacts? 🐝

With your support, we can save the largest forest we have left. Through your financial contribution, we’ll be able to continue to fund cutting-edge programs on the ground that are safeguarding the Amazon rainforest.
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Health In Harmony (HIH)

Founded on Radical Listening, Health In Harmony is a rainforest conservation organization holistically addressing the health of people, ecosystems, and the planet since 2007. They are on a mission to halt the climate crisis by reversing tropical rainforest deforestation.
“I truly believe that each one of us has something we can contribute to the collective path of transformation towards a sustainable planet for us all. So I ask you, “What is your commitment to making one change our planet needs now?” – Dr. Kinari Webb, founder of HIH
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What is a rainforest? 🌴

Rainforests offer the largest, lowest-cost emissions reductions for the planet in two ways. Preventing their destruction avoids release of harmful greenhouse gases. Tropical rainforests also absorb CO2, and other gases that cause global warming.

The Challenges? 🪓

Scientists now believe that catastrophic climate change could render a significant portion of the Earth uninhabitable as a consequence of continued high emissions of CO2, self-reinforcing climate feedback loops and looming tipping points. We must reduce emissions and increase removals of greenhouse gases in order to restore the melting Arctic and end the deadly cycle of damage that the current climate is delivering. Some of the deadly consequences of 2020, one of the hottest year on record ☠️
  • Major wildfire activity in California, Australia and in the Amazon
  • An Atlantic hurricane season resulting in more than $46b of damage
  • Floods in South East Asia displacing more than 12 million people
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How do they act? 💪

HII partners with communities living near protected rainforests that are critical to the climate and biodiversity, so they can live in balance with the natural environment. Because programs are exclusively designed by communities, they are unique to each rainforest, but often related to healthcare, livelihoods, education, and reforestation.
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What will be my impacts? 🐝

Indigenous peoples make up just 5% of the world’s population, yet they manage 25% of the earth’s land and support 80% of the earth’s biodiversity. With your support and by partnering with local organizations and governments, Health In Harmony works alongside 135,000 Indigenous, Traditional, and rainforest peoples, protecting over 8.8 million hectares of high-conservation value rainforest in Indonesia, Madagascar, and Brazil.
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Trees For The Future (TREES)

Since 1989, TREES is a nonprofit that's changing lives through tree planting. TREES staff train farmers in a sustainable farming technique called the Forest Garden Approach. Forest Gardens support a healthy environment by restoring and protecting degraded land while ending hunger and poverty for the farmer and their family. To date, TREES has planted 250 million trees around the world and changed the lives of more than 300,000 people.
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Why Trees 🌳?

Trees transform lives & landscapes. The world's most pressing environmental problems are rooted in unsustainable land use. Trees have the power to restore degraded ecosystems, improve lives, and protect the planet.
When they are planting trees, they are protecting the planet at many scale. The Forest Garden Approach restores degraded land, captures carbon and prevents future unsustainable land use practices.
They are ending hunger. The average Forest Garden is home to dozens of food crops, providing access to diverse, nutrient-rich meals year round.
They are ending poverty. Fruit and vegetables aren't the only income generating resources in a Forest Garden. Farmers are known to start businesses selling seeds and seedlings, honey, soap, timber, and more.
They are empowering women. Farmer groups in our program are required to be composed of at least 30% women. Most exceed that benchmark, with many led by or composed entirely of women farmers.
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What will be my impacts? 🐝

Your support can plant trees and change lives Our community of donors makes our impact possible. Explore your options for supporting Trees for the Future and join our movement for people and planet today.