Promoting Awareness to Take Action Against Tropical Deforestation

The Prince's Rainforests Project

The Prince's Rainforests Project (PRP) was established by HRH The Prince of Wales in 2007 to raise awareness of tropical deforestation and its impact on global climate change.

The destruction of rainforests worldwide and its effects on the environment have long been a source of great concern to HRH The Prince of Wales."If deforestation can be stopped in its tracks, then we will be able to buy ourselves some much-needed time to build the low carbon economies on which our futures depend. I have endeavoured to create a global public, private and NGO partnership to discover an innovative means of halting tropical deforestation. Success would literally transform the situation for our children and grandchildren and for every species on the planet." - HRH The Prince of Wales.more

The Prince’s Rainforests Project are working with governments, businesses and non-profit organisations around the world to find solutions to deforestation - and to find them fast - with the ambition of ‘making the trees worth more alive than dead'.less


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The Prince's Rainforests Project
Clarence House
SW1A 1BA, London
United Kingdom

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