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Many organizations are set up on deforestation and are TRYING to change this situation. All of them create heartbreaking videos and films to raise funds. They give false information that they or with their help have planted millions of trees. But where are these trees? Who takes care of them? Are there really that many?
     We do not think that they provide real numbers for what they have done. We want action. We want creativity. We want future generations to have the knowledge, understanding and care for the need for forests. This planet is our home. We can't sell or destroy this house and just buy another one. We will be intransigent towards those who destroy and profit from the resources of our planet .... This is us!


That means you and me, all together.


     We created this organization as the last chance for our survival as a physical civilization. Human civilization is responsible for the extinction of many animal species, mainly from deforestation. So, we all need to keep our planet alive.


    Everyone must participate according to their abilities, physically, with ideas, financially, sharing the problem, organizational skills for the fastest recovery of our planet. Deforestation harms not only mammals, insects, and reptiles, but also birds and fish.


    Wondering how?


    Deforestation amplifies the effect of global warming, which increases the average temperature of waters in the seas and oceans. This reflects on many species of fish and corals. You may know about the Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef system composed of over 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands stretching for over 2,300 kilometers (1,400 mi). The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority considers the greatest threat to the Great Barrier Reef to be climate change, causing ocean warming which increases coral bleaching or they die.


    Forests are home to many birds, which do not always manage to find a suitable environment for creating new nests.



           ... and are you still wondering who we are?

                 This is all of us, including YOU!

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