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Rainforest Facts

Rainforest Information, Facts, and Preservation


Rainforest Facts

The Amazon: The World's Largest Rainforest

Raintree Rainforest Facts

More Rainforest Facts


Maps of the Rainforest

Map of the Amazon Basin in South America

Interactive Map - South America

Rainforest in the World


Amazon Destruction

Why is the rainforest being destroyed in Brazil?

Statistics in the Brazilian Amazon

Rainforest destruction charts and graphs

Amazon Conservation: How to Save the Amazon Rainforest


Current Events news articles on rainforests

News articles from Amazonia

Eco-News Index

Current Events and news articles


Images and Pictures of the Rainforest

Amazon Photo's - by Leslie Taylor

Pictures of trees, flowers and plants found in the rainforest Has hundreds of hi-resolution images of animals, plants, scenery and people from natural areas in the tropics in South America you can use for school reports and websites.

Deep Green Photography Website from photographer Greg Basco


Rainforest Action Network (RAN)

Rainforest Action Network (RAN)
Dubbed “some of the most savvy environmental agitators in the business” by the Wall Street Journal, RAN uses hard-hitting markets campaigns to align the policies of multinational corporations with widespread public support for environmental protection.

Rainforest Heroes - For kids and teachers

RYSE - RAN Youth Sustaining the Earth
RYSE is the youth branch of RAN, Rainforest Action Network, which works to protect the Earth and support human rights through education, grassroots organizing, and non-violent direct action.

This site is dedicated to providing you tools, resources, and connections with other groups to take action for sustaining the Earth and your community.

The Protect-an-Acre Program
The Protect-an-Acre Program contributes directly to forest communities struggling to protect their rainforest homelands through small grants to local groups.  Click here to learn more about the program and its history.