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Rainforest Trust Founded in 1988, this group buys land to save it from deforestation and development and to preserve habitat. Its previous campaigns have included raising $100,000 to buy 1,992 acres of rainforest to help protect the Southern Woolly Spider Monkey.

Amazon Conservation Association says its focuses on preventing fires by partnering with local landowners to implement sustainable forestry practices. “Continuous uncontrolled fires of this scale will bring the forest closer to an irreversible tipping point — a degree of deforestation at which the Amazon basin will no longer be able to generate its own rainfall and will become a fire-prone savanna,” ACA says on its website. “Some estimates place the level of deforestation needed to reach this tipping point at 20% to 25%. Current deforestation is at 17%.”

Rainforest Alliance This nonprofit works with local communities as well as companies, and certifies businesses that engage in sustainable practices. In just two days last week, this New York and Netherlands-based group raised $310,670 for five “Brazilian organizations on the front lines of the fight to protect the Amazon and the human rights of the Indigenous people who live there,” the group said on its Facebook FB, +0.22% page.

Rainforest Foundation U.S. This group is gladly accepting donations, but it points out that there are steps people can take to help the rainforest without donating money. They include avoiding products that contain palm oil. It’s commonly found in processed foods and harvesting it contributes to deforestation. Shoppers can also seek out products that have been certified as sustainable by rainforest conservation groups like the Rainforest Alliance.


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