Socioeconomic inequalities in rural communities drive cultural and environmental degradation.

The world's poorest communities exist in tandem with the world's most critical ecosystems. Vulnerable communities turn to the unsustainable harvest of wildlife and natural resources just to survive. This negative cycle is only furthered as indigenous and at-risk communities have local culture and rights eradicated by globalization and economic insecurity.

Now is a critical time for Indonesia.

Indonesia has the 2nd highest number of endangered species in the world.

Asia has the highest number of endangered species in the world.

The image above shows the forest cover projections on the island of Borneo, our target area.

840,000 hectares of forest were lost in Indonesia in 2012 alone.

Indonesia has the fastest rate of deforestation in the world.