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WORKING TO PROTECT 30% OF THE PLANET BY 2030.

Scientists say we need to protect 30% of the planet by 2030 or climate change can cause a lot of problems.

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DONATE DIRECTLY TO RESERVA NON PROFIT
ON THIS NEW GO FUND ME CAMPAIGN:


 

 
Justin is currently working to create the first fully youth funded 244 acre reserve in Ecuador with his Reserva Youth Council. He has raised enough funds to purchase and protect 30 ACRES on the reserve and currently traveled there this summer to Ecuador to meet face to face with the frogs.​
 

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LAND CONSERVATION

FOR THE LOVE OF FROGS

Working to protect 30%

of the planet by 2030. 

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RAISING AWARENESS.
Scientist say we need to protect 30% of the planet by 2030 or climate change can cause a lot of problems.

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NATURE IS DISAPPEARING AND IT IS AFFECTING ANIMALS AND HUMANS
 


PROBLEM:

People are illegally cutting down the rainforest.

 

SOLUTION:

Find out why people our cutting down our rainforests and stop and protect them. .

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PROBLEM:
We need trees to breathe.
We need trees to absorb the gases and remove Carbon Dioxide from the air.


SOLUTION:
Protect the rainforest.
Plant trees.

CREATING CHANGE 

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WHY WE NEED TO PROTECT THE RAINFORESTS:

Forest preservation and restoration could potentially capture as much as 1/3 of the greenhouse gases we need to remove from the atmosphere by 2030 to keep the earth’s temperature rise to 1.5C (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change).

Biodiversity, the diversity of life on Earth, is essential to the healthy functioning of ecosystems. Habitat loss and overexploitation, driven by our rapid population growth and unsustainable consumption patterns, are the primary causes of biodiversity loss which is now happening up to ten thousand times faster than for millions of years before.

NEW SPECIES OF FROG WAS FOUND ON THE RESERVE

Download Here and E-mail to:
jusinsfrogproject@gmail.com

 

THE MILLION LETTERS CAMPAIGN 

JUSTIN TRAVELLED TO ECUADOR THIS SUMMER