Hi, Kodi here! In July this year I returned to Borneo, Indonesia, leading a group to work with local communities on innovative orangutan conservation projects. We raised $13,700! Now I am seeking another $6,300 to total $20 000 to construct the next Orangutan Forest Enclosure. Can you help?
A Liquid Future is a non-profit humanitarian organisation providing free educational programmes in Environmental Awareness and Conservation for the local communities of Sipora Island, Mentawai, Indonesia
Rainforest Trust purchases and protects the most threatened tropical forests, saving endangered wildlife through partnerships and community engagement.Through these local partnerships, we empower indigenous people to own and steward their own lands while offering them education, training, and economic assistance.
SAVE the RAINFOREST. The race to beat the bulldozers and save vital orangutan habitat has now started. So far we have raised enough to buy 10 hectares adjacent to the Tanjung Puting National Park in Borneo, Indonesia. NOW we urgently need your help to buy 10 more hectares. Each hectare costs $550 so please make a tax-deductible donation now.
Support the Knitting Nannas Against Gas to oppose Coal Seam Gas in Australia by helping us get 'THE NANNA DREAMING' on the road. Twelve brave Nannas are walking 1,000 klms through Cape York wilderness, visiting farmers and Indigenous communities and we need your help to film the documentary!
In the Sumatran rainforest we’re creating a special forest for Griffin Vollemaere. As they grow the rainforest trees we’re planting will recreate habitat for an enormous number of plants and animals. We’ve chosen this location for Griffin’s Forest as it will create habitat for the Sumatran Orangutan. So far we've planted 4,767 trees on our way to the 30,000 target. Please add your support!
Help us make the feature film that documents the extraordinary tale of a community that defied the gas juggernaut. The Bentley Effect captures and celebrates what is now described as the “Eureka Stockade” of our time and the social movement that led to it. This now famous standoff forces us to ask the question- what is truly valuable?
We hope to buy 16 Camera Traps and associated hardware for the Orangutan Information Centre (OIC) to add to our existing Camera Traps in North Sumatra. A total of 20 cameras are required for a comprehensive survey of OIC re-forestation sites, to record the species returning to the new habitat.
Help us protect and expand the habitat for one of the last remaining populations of Sumatran Rhino as we revegetate the Way Kambas National Park in Sumatra. We are also planting food plants for this critically endangered species. Hanging on by a thread, in the Way Kambas National Park, there are believed to be only about 25 individual Rhinos left.