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In 2007, a farm in Kenya became the first tea producer to achieve Rainforest Alliance certification. Today, more than 659,000 farms—covering just over two million acres (830,000 hectares) in 17 countries—produce Rainforest Alliance Certified™ tea.
Climate change education supports community engagement in sustainable forest management and REDD+ in Madre de Dios, Peru.
The tourism industry can harm wildlife, plants, and natural ecosystems through habitat destruction, pollution, over-exploitation of natural resources, and visitor traffic to sensitive ecosystems.
As one of the only such projects in the world that is building on community-based production forestry and enterprise, GuateCarbon is generating important lessons with global significance.
An overview of scientific research examining the results of Rainforest Alliance coffee certification and training on ecosystems, livelihoods and communities.