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Seeds of Change Newsletter – Q1 2015

In This Issue: The Zu-Per Shrimp Paste Initiative and The Palm Oil Conservation Initiative. We also have a Q&A session with two of Rimba Raya’s senior Indonesian field staff who outline their philosophies.

April 3rd, 2015|Newsletter|

Carbon Neutral & Sustainable Are Simply Not Enough

It's September, 2014. In another week, there will be thousands of academics, diplomats, lobbyists and pundits converging on New York for a United Nations emergency session Climate Summit. Unfortunately, they’ll all be arguing about the wrong topic. [...]

September 16th, 2014|Op-Ed Pieces|

Seeds of Change Newsletter – Q3 2014

In This Issue: Bearing Fruit - Ethno-Botanicals with the Lemongrass House

August 28th, 2014|Newsletter|

Wrestling With Orangutans: The Genesis Of The Rimba-Raya REDD Project

Author: Steve Zwick 24 July 2014 | Todd Lemons hadn't grappled since his days on the collegiate squad at Sewanee: The University of the South, but he knew the playful look of an [...]

August 25th, 2014|Project Updates|

Seeds of Change Newsletter – Q2 2014

In This Issue: Bearing Fruit - Ethno-Botanicals with the Lemongrass House

June 29th, 2014|Newsletter|

Seeds of Change Newsletter – Q1 2014

In This Issue: Passing VCS Verification, Delivering Clean Water, Providing Cook Stoves

March 26th, 2014|Newsletter|
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Really one of the most unusual creatures I've ever seen! Amazing #biodiversity

BBC Earth
Remember the time Attenborough said 'BOO!' to a sloth? It's still as iconic as ever.

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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.