Indonesian Coffee Farmers Help Conserve Biodiversity in Iconic National Park
We're training coffee farmers in the Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park buffer zone to help them conserve biodiversity and improve their livelihoods.
Helping Cocoa Farmers Build Resilience to Climate Change in East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia
In April 2021, nine days of heavy rains devastated one cocoa-growing community in East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. Sadly, extreme weather events like this are a constant threat for millions of smallholder cocoa farmers across the entire country. The cause: climate change.
Heart, Soul, and Chocolate: Meet Bali’s Champion for Cocoa Policy Reform
Agung Widi has had great impact on Indonesia's cocoa policy through her foundation Kalimanjari. She shows us how advocacy can be a deeply personal and inclusive process.
Project Profile: The Business Case for Collective Landscape Action
Through this initiative, the Rainforest Alliance will work with several organizations to address global environmental challenges associated with commodity-driven deforestation in some of the world’s most important tropical ecosystems and sourcing regions.
How Our ‘Forest Allies’ Work Together to Support Thriving Rural Communities
Our Forest Allies initiative leverages the enormous power of our partnerships to support forest communities as they address the climate crisis and combat deforestation. Here are the six landscapes where our Forest Allies are currently active.
After Bloody Conflict, Indonesian Cocoa Farmers Work Together Toward Sustainability
Cocoa farmers in once-divided Poso, Indonesia, join forces to earn Rainforest Alliance certification.