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Remo will retire end of 2020 and suggested that instead of any gifts he would appreciate donating for a good cause. Since his future home will be in Brazil we have selected fundraising for the World Wildlife Fund to protect the future of nature.
In the Amazon, WWF-Brazil's main objective is to support local forest guardians (indigenous peoples and local communities) so that they have the tools and training to monitor threats, such as deforestation and invasions of territories that have led to an increase in fires. Since August 2019, WWF-Brazil has been reinforcing its actions to combat fires and strengthen territorial surveillance in the Amazon. Our projects have already reached 55.8 million hectares, or 13.8% of the Brazilian Amazon, an area larger than the sum of the territories of Spain and Switzerland.
In the specific context of Covid-19, more than 32,000 people - indigenous and agroextrativist – have received food, hygiene products, and equipment in the Amazon and Cerrado.
We can protect the very things that keep us alive: our forests, our oceans, our fresh water, our wildlife, our energy supply, our food supply.
Thank you for giving what you can.
About World Wildlife Fund
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