Here are some organizations who support sustainable development and conservation in the Amazon Rainforest.
SUSTAINABLE AMAZONAS FOUNDATION (FAS)
The mission of FAS is to promote the sustainable involvement, the environmental conservation and the incensement of the quality of life of the riverine communities of the State of Amazonas.
IMAZON - CONSERVATION & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Imazon (Institute of People and the Environment of the Amazon) is a Brazilian research institution with the mission of promoting conservation and sustainable development in the Amazon.
THE RAINFOREST ALLIANCE
A new study finds that the Brazilian Amazon could be moving from being a carbon storehouse to a carbon source — putting the regional and global climate at great risk. Intensifying wildfires could contribute to that shift happening by mid-century.
THE WORLD WILDLIFE FUND (WWF)
"The Amazon contains millions of species, most of them still undescribed, and some of the world's most unusual wildlife. It is one of Earth's last refuges for jaguars, harpy eagles and pink dolphins, and home to thousands of birds and butterflies.
THE EARTH ALLIANCE AMAZON FOREST FUND
"The destruction of the Amazon rainforest is rapidly releasing carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, destroying an ecosystem that absorbs millions of tons of carbon emissions every year and is one of the planet’s best defenses against the climate crisis.
NATURE AND CULTURE INTERNATIONAL
The Amazon rainforest is the largest tropical forest on Earth, with the highest density of plant and animal species anywhere. This impressive region provides essential ecological services, stabilizing the world’s rainfall patterns and storing massive amounts of carbon that mitigate climate change.