Connections that Bring Us Together

Connections that Bring Us Together

By Tara Hauwert I am Tara Hauwert and I want to share my observations and thoughts as an education initiative intern at Rainforest Partnership where I had the opportunity to go to local Texas schools and make presentations as part of the Rainforest Partnership team....
Shortening Circle of Life

Shortening Circle of Life

By Maitrayee Basu Our food chain is complex and we are all related to the food that we eat. If the core of our food chain is hollow, our food security will drastically decline in the future. What is an alternative way to sustain ourselves? Many are calling it the...
Rainforest, Be My Valentine?

Rainforest, Be My Valentine?

By Maitrayee Basu Happy Valentines Day! As members of Rainforest Partnership, we want to share why we LOVE our rainforests and believe saving the lungs of our planet is our top priority. But why should you love our rainforests as much as we do? Well, tropical forests...
Termites: The Rainforest Protector?

Termites: The Rainforest Protector?

By Maitrayee Basu When we think about termites, we know they are bad news. Let me share an anecdote. I lived in a house once that was forty years old in Australia. My mother was walking down our hallway on her heels for an event we were about to leave for. Out of...
Protected Areas Protect Our Best Interests

Protected Areas Protect Our Best Interests

By Camille Cater The International Union for Conservation of Nature has developed an exciting new set of tools to assess the ecosystem services within important areas for biodiversity and conservation. What are ecosystem services? Ecosystem services are the broad...