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The Amazon rainforest is one of the world's most important ecosystems and home to the largest remaining area of tropical rainforest on the planet. Its watershed is the largest river system in the world, covering 40 percent of the South American continent and carrying 20 percent of the world's flowing fresh water. The rainforest is also the ancestral home of nearly 200 indigenous cultures; people who have demonstrated sophisticated ecological stewardship of their rainforest territories for thousands of years. And the Amazon rainforest - our climate's regulating heart pump, key to the fight to stem global climate change - is in peril, under increasing threats from our global economy's unsustainable demand for resources: timber, minerals, hydrocarbons, etc.

We are committed to maximize preservation parameters to meet growing demand. 

Actively evolving conservation that is the climate change

and contributes to a cleaner environment.