Rainforest Responsibility

The April Salumei project is located in Papua New Guinea, a country which contains up to 10% of the world’s biodiversity in less than 1% of the world’s total land area.

Approximately 600,000 hectares of virgin tropical rainforest has been conserved preventing 22.8 million tonnes of carbon emissions. The projects also protects vital habitat for many endangered species including the palm cockatoo, the bird of paradise and the southern crowned pigeon.

Sustainable Development Goals

Key Facts
  • Project Type: Native Forest Conservation
  • Location: East Sepik, Papua New Guinea
Key Impacts
  • Emissions prevention
  • Wildlife protection
  • Habitat conservation
  • Community development
  • Solar lighting

Impacts

The numbers stack up

Palm Tree

600,000

600,000 hectares of virgin tropical rainforest protected
People

22.8m

22.8 million tonnes of carbon emissions avoided over 38 years

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