Earth’s Three Green Hearts: Equatorial Rainforests and Working to Heal Them

Equatorial rainforests are sacred places. People around the world are coming together to recognize this fact and work to save Earth’s Three Green Hearts: Amazonia, Congo, and Sundaland. The Novasutras Movement is working to preserve and protect each of them. You can learn more about it in conversation with Michelle Merrill and Paul Schaafsma on Tuesday, August 25th 2:30pm PDT / 21:30 UTC. Learn more about this event…

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We are collaborating with and promoting other efforts and organizations focused on climate, biodiversity, and the rights of indigenous peoples. In July 2020, Novasutras signed on to the Interfaith Rainforest Initiative‘s Faith for Forests Declaration.

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Our hearts are breaking. These sacred places must be preserved, healed and restored.

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Earth’s Three Green Hearts


Amazonia

Novasutras is a founding partner in the #Amazon4Amazon effort, to get one of the world’s wealthiest corporations and its founder to direct funds toward preserving the Amazon rainforest and upholding indigenous land rights.

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Great blue turaco (Corythaeola cristata), Kibale Forest, Uganda
Congo

The devastating effects of climate change and deforestation in the heart of Africa are under-reported. Brave young activists are struggling to be heard in their calls to protect the Congo rainforest.

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Sundaland

The forests of island and peninsular Southeast Asia are home to an incredible array of wildlife. But moneyed interests are pressing forward with forest clearing, driving beloved species to the brink of extinction for the sake of profits.

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