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Rimba Raya Pulse Check 2015

April 9, 2015 The Rimba Raya Biodiversity Conservation Project in Seruyan District, Central Kalimantan, is the first licensed, validated and verified REDD+ project in Indonesia. We’ve been accredited by the Voluntary Carbon Standard and [...]

April 9th, 2015|Project Updates|
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12 hours ago

Rimba Raya

Stressful to watch but so lovely that they he succeeded in the end!

UNILAD
This poor elephant was trapped in a canal for six hours, until these good Samaritans came to its aid and saved the day ❤️️🙌🐘
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4 days ago

Rimba Raya

Your #BFF A tortoise: is a turtle, but a turtle isn't a tortoise, skin may look leathery but it's actually very sensitive. A group is called a creep, they have an exoskeleton & endoskeleton & can't swim, but can hold their breath for a long time. #BiodiversityFridayFact ... See MoreSee Less

Your #BFF A tortoise: is a turtle, but a turtle isnt a tortoise, skin may look leathery  but its actually very sensitive. A group is called a creep, they have an exoskeleton & endoskeleton & cant swim, but can hold their breath for a long time. #BiodiversityFridayFact
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Rimba Raya, “The Infinite Forest”

Money earned by the Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve project supports livelihood programmes in surrounding villages, providing employment, training and hope for the future.