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Represent RAN at a Beats Antique Show Near You!

Rainforest Action Network is partnering with Beats Antique on its Fall Tour, "Creature Carnival," to raise awareness about the importance of protecting tropical rainforests and its many inhabitants. If you aren't familiar with the music of Beats Antique and/or haven't seen one of their spectacular...

REVEL Contest Ends on Tuesday!!!

This is it! Tuesday is the last day to submit your name to win 2 party tickets to REVEL!! That's a $300 value! REVEL is the best party of the year to celebrate the year’s accomplishments at Rainforest Action Network.  Each year,...

The Huffington Post: Tigers Don't Want Their Forests Liquidated

"You shouldn't have to worry that installing a new hardwood floor in your kitchen will rob Siberian tigers of their home. Since 1900, we've had a law in this country, the Lacey Act, that prohibits trade in wildlife, fish, and plants that have been illegally taken, possessed, transported, or sold. And since 2008, that law has also prohibited the importation of illegally sourced wood products. The problem is real: According to a report from the United Nations and Interpol, between 15 and 30 percent of the wood traded in the world comes from illegal logging." READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE

One Step Closer: Saving the Leuser Ecosystem

This week an important milestone was reached in the effort to save portions of the precious Leuser Ecosytsem in Indonesia. Covering over 6 million acres of intact lowland and mountainous rainforests The Leuser is considered by many scientists and conservationists to be among the most important forests left in Southeast Asia.  It is home to the densest population of orangutans left anywhere, and is the last place on earth where orangutans, tigers, elephants, rhinos and sun bears share the same habitat. This fragile and irreplaceable ecosystem and the extraordinary life it supports are imminently threatened by industrial development. One of the biggest threats has been the expansion of illegal palm oil plantations within the boundaries of the Leuser Protected Ecosystem. However, local organizations and communities have been fighting back by working to physically remove 25,000 acres of illegal plantations from within the boundaries of Leuser. The...

REVEL = FOMO

For those of you who don’t know what REVEL is, it is a night of revelry to celebrate the year’s accomplishments at Rainforest Action Network. It is a night where friends gather, where new friends are made, and where activism meets exhilaration.  For years, REVEL has hosted environmentalists, community leaders, artists, film-makers, game-changers, inventors, superstars and happy agitators -- those committed individuals who are not afraid to challenge the status quo in order to change the world for the better. You can expect REVEL to be the greenest party of the year. You can expect gourmet vegan food, premium tequila flights, and dancing to fantastic live music by Monophonics. You can expect to get free silk screening (just bring an old t-shirt or a make an optional donation for a new shirt). Best of all, you can expect the “Right to Remain Silent Auction”...

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