Wild Forests – Our commitments
It’s impossible to overstate the importance of the world’s forests, not only for the species that live within them, but also for ourselves. From the air we breathe, to the resources we use every day, forests underpin our very survival.
The Tangkoko reserve is found at the northern tip of the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. Home to the Sulawesi crested black macaque, Tangkoko also provides a refuge for many of Sulawesi’s other unique species.
Sulawesi crested black macaque
The Sulawesi crested black macaque is a great example of a species whose conservation has been dramatically enhanced by efforts in the wild and in captivity.
Sustainable palm oil
Unsustainable palm oil production is devastating wildlife and wild places in many tropical countries, particularly in South East Asia. Solving this problem is not as easy as just banning palm oil however, and along with many other conservation organisations, we believe that the most effective way to achieve change is to promote a more sustainable method of growing the palms.