Forests are home to 80% of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity. The largest share of forests is in the tropical latitudes, followed by those in the boreal, temperate, and subtropic domains. Forest habitats are paramount to life on Earth as they purify the air, filter the water, prevent erosion, and act as an important buffer against climate change.
Buenaventura Reserve (Ecuador)

Why is it so important to protect and restore our forests?

Forests serve as crucial habitats for countless plant and animal species, supporting biodiversity and maintaining delicate ecological balances. They also act as significant carbon sinks, mitigating the impacts of climate change. In addition, forests play a vital role in water regulation, helping to maintain clean water supplies and preventing soil erosion. Forests also provide valuable resources, supporting local economies, and offer recreational value to numerous people all over the world.

Amazon forest
Tropical rain forests are home to sloths


of the world's terrestrial biodiversity live in forests


of the climate solution needed to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement, can be provided by protecting and restoring forests (IPPC).


people, particularly in developing countries, depend on forests for their livelihoods.

How can we best support our forests?

Land acquisition and protection

By acquiring and preserving key land areas, we can create protected areas, wildlife corridors, and nature reserves that provide essential habitats for endangered species and contribute to the overall health of ecosystems.

Protecting/restoring keystone species

The protection and restoration of keystone species are vital for the well-being of habitats. By ensuring their survival, we contribute to the preservation of biodiversity, promote ecological stability, and support the interconnected web of life.

Community-based conservation

The active participation of local communities and indigenous groups in the planification and management of protected areas are the best long-term insurance to mitigate threats such as poaching, illegal logging, and habitat destruction, while recognizing and respecting cultural values and local livelihoods.

Planting trees

By participating in tree-planting initiatives, we contribute to combating climate change, improving air quality, restoring habitats, and fostering biodiversity.


We let nature run its course and enable natural processes to repair damaged ecosystems.  The result: more biodiverse habitats

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