Guess what? You are now an even bigger official stakeholder in protecting our planet. Wait, what?
No worries, you didn't sign up for anything. Let me explain…
As you might already be aware of by now, rainforests are one of the most important natural resources on Earth, and affect the daily lives of everyone on our planet.
They safely store billions of tons of carbon, helping to mitigate climate change, stabilize global weather patterns, clean water, and are even a source for modern medicines.
You might also know that rainforests are also home to 50% of the world’s species, many of which are critically endangered. Thousands of indigenous communities rely on these forests for their food, water and economic prosperity. In short, rainforests help to sustain life on this planet, and their long-term protection is absolutely vital for our survival.
Andy okay believes we are all stakeholders in protecting our planet’s most threatened tropical forests and endangered wildlife, which is why we keep partnering with the most environmentally conscious companies out there, to expand and strengthen our conservation impact throughout the world.
The Conservation Circle is Rainforest Trust’s premiere giving program for businesses and organisations. The members includes some of the biggest businesses from around the world that are taking climate action now, supporting conservation and making a positive difference for our planet.
By joining the Conservation Circle, Andy okay… and YOU, will benefit from the prominent network of businesses that share a commitment to conservation and slowing climate change.
But more importantly…
The charity has already saved over 37 million acres of rainforest and other tropical ecosystems, and our donations together will safeguard real acres of more rainforest!
Yes, art really CAN make a difference.
So thank YOU for being a part of our important community here at andyokay.com. Whether you've found your new favourite artwork yet or not, many small steps from a lot of people always results in big results💪.
To find out more, please visit the Rainforest Trust website.