JOIN THE MILLION
LETTERS CAMPAIGN
AND PROTECT THE RAINFOREST

Do you love nature?

Write a letter telling why you love nature

and why you want to protect it.

Each letter raises money to save a classroom size of land on the Reserve in Ecuador.

WILL YOU JOIN OUR RESERVA YOUTH COUNCIL
            MILLION LETTERS CAMPAIGN?

     
 


     
   
700 LETTERS COLLECTED 
           - October 2022

                  WRITE A LETTER NOW:
                       1 Letter = $3
                93 Letters = 1 Acre of Land

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 Scan and e-mail completed letter to: justinsfrogproject@gmail.com
 

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We want kids worldwide to write a letter explaining why they love nature, and why it is important to protect wild places like the rainforest.

In return, Reserva will match your letter with $3 toward their youth-funded reserve project. That's enough money to buy a classroom-sized piece of land!


 

HERE ARE A FEW REASONS WHY YOUTH LOVE NATURE:
 

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I like nature because......

NATURE IS PEACEFUL.

Being in nature decreases stress. -Greater Good Science Center

NATURE IS HOME TO ANIMALS.

Rainforests are home to MILLIONS of species. 70% of the lands animals and plants live in rainforests.

NATURE PROVIDES FOOD.

NATURE PROVIDES OXYGEN.

Over a quarter of the medicines we use today have their origins in the rainforests – and that’s after only about 1% of rainforest plants have been examined for their medicinal properties!

Rainforests produce between 20-30% of the world’s oxygen. -Rainforest Trust

NATURE PROVIDES MEDICINE.

I want to protect nature because......

Rainforests produce between 20-30% of the world’s oxygen. -Rainforest Trust

NATURE IS BEING DESTROYED.

NATURE IS BEING POLLUTED.

Rainforests produce between 20-30% of the world’s oxygen. -Rainforest Trust

NATURE IS BEING ILLEGALLY CUT DOWN

The main reason is the trees are being cut down to make plantations for products such as palm oil, cattle ranching, logging, and oil drilling 

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NATURE'S CLIMATE IS CHANGING

the past several hundred years, humans have started to burn great amounts of fossil fuels to power their lives. When fossil fuels (oil, coal, wood) are burned, they release CO2 into the air. Unfortunately, there is more CO2 than the plants can handle, which has led to a large surplus of CO2 and other greenhouse gases floating in our atmosphere. The problem is, the CO2 acts like a blanket and traps the sun’s heat close to the earth.

THE MILLION LETTERS WILL BE GIVEN TO WORLD LEADERS.
Reserva’ s Million Letters campaign is an effort to bring your opinion to world leaders and save important habitats at the same time.

The letters will be hand presented at the next Environmental Conferences. 


 

The first set of letters were handed to world leaders at COP26
in November 2021.

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