A campaign to save the 30 Hills Rainforest is underway and you can actively help save habitat for tigers, elephants, orangutans and other members of this precious rainforest ecosystem, including the plants and the indigenous people.
Rainforests around the world are being logged at an unprecedented rate, to be replaced by palm oil plantations.
Palm oil is widely used in food, shampoos, soaps and cosmetics. Read the fine print of the products you buy as you can prevent the growth of this insidious and cheaply produced filler, by refusing to buy any products containing palm oil.
Thanks largely to the palm oil industry, Sumatra's orangutans, elephants and sumatran tigers are now on the endangered species list!
To help save 30 Hills, simply click on the link below, to sign the petition or donate funds. The campaign is endorsed by the World Wildlife Fund, whose success in assisting endangered species recovery I directly witnessed in Kenya and Tanzania last year.
Already 75.000 online signatures have been collected, but they are seeking a million world-wide to hand on to the Indonesian Government and the company responsible.
Here's your chance to truly be "one in a million" and help change happen, visit https://www.change.org/petitions/protect-elephant-tiger-and-orangutan-habitats-in-sumatra
Don't just be angry, be active!