Protecting the Rain forest, not only so future generations can see them, but so future generations have a world to live on.
In order for humanity to survive as a species, we will need to reduce our carbon foot print and our green house gas emissions. The only problem is that even if we do, we need nature around to help correct our mistake, and protecting our forests is a crucial part of this. Without plants and trees to filter our air and water, all of our conservation efforts are nigh meaningless, and the Amazon rain forest is one of the largest and most important in the world.
However, the rain forest cannot protect it's self from humans. We are rapidly deforesting our planet, and it will come at the expense of a habitable planet in the centuries to come. If we want our great-great grand children to have air to breath, we need to act now and stop destroying mother nature before it's too late.
Empowering the Asháninka to shield millions of acres of Amazon rainforest.