Rainforests keep our planet healthy
Every second, an acre of forest is lost to deforestation
We must act now to save our rainforests!
At Ditta Felt we believe that choosing a sustainable path can protect our Mother Earth. We will be leaving a positive mark on the world for generations to come.
We donate 5% of the retail price of each item sold on our webshop to Rainforest Trust.
Your purchase gives rainforests an opportunity to avoid deforestation and provides hope for a better future.
Why we choose Rainforest Trust?
Forests are vitally important for sustaining life on Earth, and play a major role in the fight against climate change. And investing in land restoration is critical for improving livelihoods, reducing vulnerabilities, and reducing risks for the economy.
How does it work?
About the organization
Every day, precious acres of rainforest are lost forever. Highly threatened species lose their habitat. Communities lose their forest livelihoods. Water sources and weather systems are disrupted. The planet is impacted when stored carbon is released by deforestation and degradation. More than 50% of our world’s tropical forests have been lost to rampant deforestation for logging, mining and agriculture.
Rainforest Trust was founded 30 years ago with the mission to save our world’s most vulnerable tropical rainforests and endangered species. It has become increasingly clear that this approach is the simplest, most cost-effective way to keep carbon stored and fight climate change.
Rainforest Trust focuses on saving real acres of rainforest through land purchases and designations. Each of their projects has been identified as crucial to preserving critical habitat for endangered species.
Rainforests keep the planet healthy
Rainforests safely store billions of tons of carbon, helping ward off climate change. But when they are cleared or burned, much of that carbon ends up in the atmosphere—similar to burning fossil fuels. This destabilizes the planet’s climate and contributes to rising temperatures, stronger storms, more severe droughts and rising sea levels.
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