RBGE collaborate with Rainforest Concern on horticultural research, education and climate monitoring
Rainforest Concern supports Gaia Amazonas conservation projects in the Colombian Amazon including the Yaigojé Apaporis national park and the Triple A Corridor project. Website: gaiaamazonas.org
Rainforest Concern has worked with Gurukula Botanical Sanctuary since 2006
CBZ and Rainforest Concern are long term collaborators in protecting an area of Chile's coastal forest.
Rainforest Concern and ANIA, (Association for Children and their Environment) collaborate on the dry forest protection project in Peru. Website: www.aniaorg.pe
One of the founding members of FCC, Peter Bennett has been supporting the conservation of Carpathian forests since 2009.
Rainforest Concern formed an alliance with Amazon Watch (amazonwatch.org) to support their projects in the Brazilian Amazon. In 2016, this alliance and a global coalition of allies, helped to defend the indigenous people living along the Tapajós river from mega-dam construction.
Rainforest Concern and DECOIN have worked together to protect the precious Intag cloud forest region in Ecuador and its biodiversity since 2001. Website: www.decoin.org
Rainforest Concern has supported ECOAN's conservation and reforestation project in high altitude Polylepis forests of Peru.
FORECOS have collaborated with Rainforest Concern to manage Nasampulli reserve which protects native monkey puzzle forests in Chile. Website: forecos.cl
The Universidad Austral de Chile have been involved with research at Nasampulli reserve since 2002.
ADEPT has been working to protect the high biodiveristy farmed landscapes of Transylvania for the past fifteen years.
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Rainforest Concern admires and has supported the work of Tribes Alive in their determination to protect the indigenous tribes of Brazil.
Rainforest Concern and the Rainforest Information Centre have combined efforts for many years now to support the Los Cedros Reserve in NW Ecuador.