Save Our Earth : Campaigning to save the Tropical Rainforests

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After a hiatus of 6 years, we have begun a radical change of direction to Save Our Earth. No details can be shared yet. We apologise to our loyal readers for the delay in responding to you. Many things have changed in our lives and soon we will be able to share. The Internet has changed a lot in that time as well so will updating our site to be more relevant to today's readers. God bless and see you in 2 months..maybe sooner :-)

Mark & Denise - 15th May 2018

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Earth Day - LRFF gets planting !

Save Our Earth - Lets Get Planting
For Earth Day 2011, La Reserva Forest Foundation and the Samara Foundation have joined together to host simultaneous events - one in Berlin named “Let’s Get Planting” which includes entertainment, tree planting and talks on protection of tropical forests, while a second event takes place in Costa Rica, hosted by the Maleku.

LRFF is also working with etnies Shoes to plant 35,000 trees for Earth Day Network’s Billion Acts of Green campaign. Tune into Let’s Get Planting website for live video streaming!

Rio Sol Corridor

Save Our Earth - Rio Sol Corridor by La Reserva
Our friends at La Reserva Forest Foundation are looking for donations to fund their Rio Sol Corridor project.

The Costa Rican government recognised 3000+ hectares as the Maleku territory in 1977, and 33 years later, they still have not been compensated. With the non-indigenous landowners moved off the land, the Maleku will buy this land and convert 2/3 to native forest on which they depend for housing, food and medicine.

This biological corridor will restore the native forest along one side of the Rio Sol. It will return the forest that the flora, fauna and Maleku tribe depend upon for a full life.

The project is part sponsored by Sole Technology, makers of etnies Shoes. The 35,000 trees to be planted in the new corridor are etnies extremely generous contribution............more

WWF are asking the Save Our Earth community - What Wood You Choose?

Save Our Earth - WWF Timber Tracking
WWF, the world's leading conservation body, have just launched a study which has found that companies in the UK are selling items such as kitchen worktops, doors and decking that come from places where illegal logging is having a devastating effect on people and wildlife.............more

Campaign For The Rainforests

Save Our Earth - Earth & Postage Stamp
We are asking everyone to send a letter, email and/or fax to tell the World governments that you will no longer ignore Tropical Rainforest destruction and that action needs to be taken now to end this catastrophic crime against the Earth, for the sake of our future. Use the sample letter, or your own and send to your World Leader or more and tell them why Rainforest Destruction must end today!...........more

World Bank Responsibility

Save Our Earth - Chad Pipeline
For years, the World Bank has given aid to projects around the Earth, without regard to environmental protection. Despite changing their environmental policy to a 'greener image', we are calling on them to take responsibility for environmental damage caused by projects funded by themselves. ......more


La Reserva - Costa Rica

Save Our Earth - La Reserva
La Reserva Forest Foundation is a non-profit volunteer, educational and scientific charitable organization dedicated to the recovery and preservation of indigenous tropical rainforests in Costa Rica. It began nine years ago on a 100 acre dairy farm overlooking Lake Arenal, in the province of Guanacaste (north central) Costa Rica. Please visit our friends at La Reserva and read about their mission to replant the rainforests.

Earth Changes Predicted in 1992

Save Our Earth - Ann Walker
In 1992, Ann Walker, a Spiritualist Medium and author of several books, wrote a report which was sent to the United Nations and World Leaders about what would happen if we did not protect the tropical rainforests - they confirmed the report as 50% correct - the other 50% had yet to happen at that time, but we are seeing these changes now! The climate can change naturally but Man has in no doubt accelerated and interfered with this natural occurance as the IPCC stated in their Fourth Assessment Report released in 2007. Please visit Ann's website to read more about this remarkable lady.
Save Our Earth - The Messenger The Messiah by Ann Walker & White Arrow

Read Ann Walker & White Arrow's new book - available from Amazon (USA and UK) and all good book stores.

Global Impact

Ever wondered whether climate change is changing our home? We have been documenting different impacts across the Earth whether they are storms, floods, famine or disease. This new feature also lists news stories relevant to the region. Read the warning signs and we will save the Rainforests....more

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Rainforest Petition

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Have you signed our Rainforest Petition? Do you want to add your name to the thousands that have already done so? Then help save the Rainforests and sign the petition today!...more


Thank you to all of you who have asked to pledge money to Save Our Earth to help save the rainforests. Unfortunately we are not a registered charity and as such cannot accept donations.

Therefore we are directing potential donors to La Reserva Forest Foundation who are planting much needed trees in the equatorial rainforest regions, where as other organisations who raise money for the forests do not show you where the money has been spent. Although we are not disrepecting these other charities and we hope the money is going to the forests, we know that to combat the damage we have caused to the Earth, we need to afforest the rainforest regions with urgency and La Reserva is doing just that!...more

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Document last updated on Saturday 16 March 2019

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