World Conservation and Wildlife Trust

Fighting to protect the World's Marine Life, Wildlife, Biodiversity and Population.

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R.S.P.B. Campaigns

Save the sumatran rainforest

Every second 1.5 acres of rainforest is cut down or burnt. All the animals that live in these rainforests have no where to go, the rainforests also absorb CO2 and are vital to life on earth. The RSPB have bought a part of sumatra's rainforest to stop deforestation taking place, you can donate to this project at 

WWF Campaigns

Save the rainforests of Papua New Guinea

Protecting endangered species such as the tree kangeroo is critical to RHN. This is why RHN fundraised for this project with the WWF. The project projects a vast area of lush rainforest in the heart of Papua New Guinea. RHN have raised £3,000 for this project.

The World Land Trust

The World Land Trust protects vast areas of rainforests from around the world ensuring that tomorrow has a future. This charity is vital to the preservation of the rapidly perishing rainforests. We have raised over £230 for this cause and hope to raise more.


One of our most recent campaigns has been to raise awareness about the shocking information that Greenpeace International have revealed about Nestle's Kit Kat. Nestlé, the maker of the popular chocolate bar Kit Kat, have been revealed to have used unsustainable palm oil from companies that are trashing Indonesian rainforests, threatening the livelihoods of local people and pushing orangutans towards extinction. "We all deserve to have a break - but having one shouldn't involve taking a bite out of Indonesia's precious rainforests. We're asking Nestlé to give rainforests and orangutans a break and stop buying palm oil from destroyed forests."

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Watch the video, share it with your online networks, spread the word - and stay involved in the next steps! We have raised £400 for Greenpeace.