Sipaliwini District, Upper Palumeu

Wild Leaf Hard Tea and Conservation International

Wild Leaf and Conservation International are inspiring global awareness and action to save our rainforests – one Wild Leaf at a time

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Wild Leaf

Rainforest ecosystems are vital to communities and wildlife – and to the fight against climate change. But they are being destroyed at an alarming rate.

Wild Leaf and Conservation International have sought to raise awareness worldwide of the need to protect our rainforests and conserve natural resources. Together, we are working to protect the world’s most important rainforests for future generations.

Brewed from tea grown in the rainforest, Wild Leaf Hard Tea is committed to help protect these vital regions of our planet that are currently under threat. 

For every case sold, Wild Leaf makes a contribution to Conservation International to protect and restore vital forests around the world. Funds from this partnership will help protect 10,000 acres of rainforests – nearly 2.5 million trees – annually. This will save hundreds of endangered species that depend on these forests for their survival.


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Rainforests keep our planet healthy

Protecting and restoring rainforests and other natural ecosystems is one of the fastest and most effective ways to fight the climate crisis. The rainforest sequesters carbon dioxide out of the air, costs very little, and builds itself. These rainforests store large amounts of carbon, keeping the greenhouse gas safely out of our atmosphere, and release the oxygen that we depend on for our survival.


What can you do?

Adopting a more sustainable lifestyle by reducing your carbon footprint is the single most important thing a person can do to conserve forests. By investing in forest offsets, you help to protect forests from being cleared, while supporting critical habitat for threatened species and the communities that care for and depend on forests.


Use our carbon footprint calculator

Calculate your carbon footprint and learn how many trees it would take to offset your impact on the climate. When you offset your emissions through Conservation International, you will be protecting forests in Kenya, Peru and Madagascar.

Conservation International strives to protect tropical forests around the world, working directly with the communities who live in, and depend on, these forests. Through science, policy and partnerships, we work to show that forests are worth more standing than cut down.