Camino Verde News

From the New York Times
January 31, 2015

 

"In the battle to limit the risks of climate change, it has been clear for decades that focusing on the world’s immense tropical forests — saving the ones that are left, and perhaps letting new ones grow — is the single most promising near-term strategy."

 

--New York Times, Justin Gillis, Dec. 23, 2014

The tree on your chest is a tree we've planted together
October 31, 2014

Now for a limited time, contribute $30 or more and receive a Camino Verde t-shirt, made of Peruvian ancient heirloom pima cotton, one of the finest cotton varieties in the world. The tree you wear on your chest is a tree we plant together in the Amazon. (And yes, women's shirts are cut differently than the men's.) Donate here.

Camino Verde featured in recently published thesis
April 30, 2014

Camino Verde intern and ally Sam Goodman's thesis "The Role of NGOs in Mitigating the Interoceanic Highway" was recently published online through American University.  The thesis features Camino Verde's role in Madre de Dios prominently.  Thanks, Sam, for your amazing work and insightful writing.

Camino Verde now on MyCharityMap
March 31, 2014

Camino Verde can now be found on the MyCharityMap webpage!

Our new project page on GlobalGiving is up!
December 31, 2013

After three years on GlobalGiving, thanks to your support we've completed our $50,000 fundraising goal.  In order to continue our partnership with GlobalGiving, we have posted a new project page called 1000 Trees A Year 1000 Acres of Rainforest Forever.  Help us inaugurate the new page with a bang!  Check it out today.