SAVE THE RAIN FORESTS
Save the rainforest before it is destroyed for profit...
Since 2009 we have been buying the tropical rain forest in Sumatra thanks to public support and we show a real example of its protection in the form of the creation of the rain forest-based Green Life reservation on the border with NP Gunung Leuser. Every man can save his piece of forest and give the world hope for a green future.
The devastation of the rain forest in the name of economy and unsustainable development is a tragedy and a crime of the present. Most people participate in it in their consuming way of life. Demand for tropical timber, massive paper consumption, or excessive meat consumption, as well as world trade in wild animals, are proof of this. The consumption of food and the use of cosmetics containing palm oil only illustrates this sad development of human civilization, which hardly recognizes its share of responsibility for the devastation of rain forests through palm oil. The cultivation of GMO soy, which feeds billions of farm animals raised for meat, skin, or milk or eggs, has a large share of the blame for destroying rain forests.
Day after day, multinationals corporations are destroying rain forests and, together with criminal organizations, ravaging our planet Earth in the name of world consumption. They have enough money to buy the whole forest areas and then burn them or cut them down to replace them with large-scale plantations of palm oil, soy, eucalyptus or teak. Our daily consumption reflects the state of the environment worldwide.
What can we do, people that care?
SAVE YOUR PIECE OF THE RAIN FOREST
Every person can save a piece of forest and express their personal attitude to this issue. 1 m2 of rainforest a day creates O2 for one living being on Earth.
Ordinary person can save 1 ar of the rain forest (10 × 10 m), which costs £30.00 = 900 breathing beings a day. Ordinary companies can give a donation to save 10 ares, which is £300.00 = oxygen per day for 9,000 beings. Movable people and large business companies can afford to save their hectare of forest, investing in the creation of oxygen for £3000.00 = 90,000 beings per day. Each rescued piece of forest is provided with a certificate obtained by the savior himself. Together we are creating a huge world example of saving rainforests and a visible Green Life Reserve in Sumatra.
HOW MUCH OF THE RAINFOREST DO YOU WANT TO SAVE?
ten meters, an acr, a hectar or more?
WHAT IS THE PROCEDURE?
You can easily use PayPal to purchase these lovely certificates. Don’t forget to email us on firstname.lastname@example.org with Name and txt that you would like on your gift certificate. Just choose the amount you would like to donate and quantity of certificates.
Alternatively, you can send money to our bank and just email us the certificate text. Please include the address where to post the certificate. Certificates are printed on recycled paper.
ACCOUNT NAME: SAVE THE RAINFOREST
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 21335461
SORT CODE: 80-22-60.
Please let us know once you have made the payment and attach the payment confirmation if possible. Within a week you will receive a certificate to the provided address. Please confirm the receipt of the certificate.
Should the certificate be delayed for more than 10 days from the date of payment, please contact us.
!!! Each certificate is provided with an original hologram sticker GREEN LIFE !!!
COMPANIES THAT HELP TO SAVE THE RAINFOREST
Would you like something extraordinary? Be sure to take advantage of the offer of these ethical companies that have decided to donate part of their profit from their product towards saving the forest. You will not only get their original product, but you will also help save a piece of the forest.
Together or separately? No more unnecessarily printed receipts in restaurants, plus a 0.05% contribution to save the forest from every organic payment made by the Qerko app.
Fashion company Piece has created a special t-shirt and hoodie, with a piece of every piece going to the rescue of the forest...
Woxkon backpacks are not only ethical, considerate 100% sewn in the Czech Republic, but also by purchasing them you will contribute to the purchase of the forest or to the project CLEAN THE OCEAN.
The Dark Future collection protects the forest. From each product, funds go to save 10 m of forest.
MÝDLA S DUŠÍ
Soaps with souls have joined the rescue of the forest. They donate 17 Pence from each soap or shampoo to save the forest.
It’s important to look at this serious problem in context. Rainforests started to be massively cut down roughly 100 years ago. For this time period, human ability to destroy multiplied drastically using technological advancements, proportionately to demands of growing world’s population.
Today we have a number of main reasons for the destruction of rainforests. It’s a demand for tropical timber, wooden coal, burning forests for acquiring farmlands and agriculture, where land becomes palm oil plantation or soja (mainly used as food for farm animals), eukalyptus (paper) or timber. There is a concerning problem in Africa with manufacturing wooden coal from tropical timber. Very serious problem is illegal mining of minerals such as oil and expensive metals (gold) Destruction of rainforest intensifies by world demand for commodities listed above, with which the global market is doing business with. Supervision and control of the illegal mining activities and burn-down of rainforests is left to criminal organisations, which supervise the whole rainforest areas and control deforestation in the name of business and trade markets & brokers.
If the international trade is under threat from eco activists, similar minded individuals or groups, then these criminal groups are on a mission to resolve this threat. Using all means necessary even by kidnaping and murder. It is very easy to transport all these minerals anywhere these days thanks to well established shipping industry that helps speed up the destruction of rainforests in Amazonia in South America, in Congo Basin in Africa, or in Southeast Asia such as Indonesia and Malaysia. At the end of this chain is business man, trade brokers, bankers and of course consumers, who pay for rainforest destruction by buying the above described commodities. Circle is complete and internationally organised crime accomplished. Now you know the connections that relate to rainforest destruction..