Stop Deforestation in Madagascar

Stop Deforestation in Madagascar

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      Conservation International

Each second, an acre of forest is destroyed. And we’re losing more than just trees: thousands of unique forest species are facing extinction and the world’s carbon emissions are skyrocketing.

In Madagascar, more than 90% of the country’s forests have been destroyed and stripped bare. The island is home to thousands of unique species of animals and plants that are at risk as the nation’s forests disappear.

But with your help, we can protect forests and the animals that depend on them, in Madagascar and around the world.

Pledge to protect forests – before it’s too late.

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    • Jamie Rickerson ALEXANDRIA, VA
      • about 3 years ago

      For the trees, for us.

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    • gilles gautier ANTANANARIVO, MADAGASCAR
      • about 3 years ago

      I launched my personnal NGO and try to reforest the country side www.woodenstock.org

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    • Laszlo Bolgar VIENNA, AUSTRIA
      • about 3 years ago

      Rainforests are our last hope to survive!

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    • Marco Sassi MODENA - ITALY, ITALY
      • about 3 years ago

      Associazione" Foreste per Sempre" (Forests for ever - Italy ) is fighting against deforestation in Madagascar and cooperating to the reforestation and restoration of thousands hectares of destroyed land.

      Thank you for this petition!!

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    • jinja rakotondrazaka ANTANANARIVO, MA
      • about 3 years ago

      The destruction is flagrant. I am scared of the situation, not only for the future but for now. Think about what we can eat if we destroy the source which brings us food. This is only one issue among many others . We all need to find a way to stop the excessive deforestation and find out how to replace the use of charcoal at home.

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