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37signals – We’re trying something new!

Sunday, August 2, 2009

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37signals – We’re trying something new!

You may have noticed the advertising for 37Signals products, Basecamp, Highrise and Backpack on the right hand side of the site. We use these products here at CTF, because we are all volunteers and we don't often get together in one place, they help us out and their affiliate program could help us out more!

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Appeal – Help save the Costa Rican Bellbird

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

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Appeal – Help save the Costa Rican Bellbird

CTF is running an appeal to help raise money for a project in the International Childrens Rainforest, Monteverde, Costa Rica. Can you help save this endangered habitat?

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The Kids Book Project

Monday, September 15, 2008

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The Kids Book Project

So you may wonder how you can possibly do a project that can raise money to help save the rainforests of the world. You might be sat at school thinking, there must be something I could do? Some way we…

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Alternative Energy record breaker

Sunday, September 14, 2008

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Alternative Energy record breaker

The Greenbird project, a project initiated to attempt to break the land speed record for a wind powered vehicle, has come to an end. Uncharacteristic rainfall in the Australian desert has thwarted the attempt. This uncharacteristic rainfall could well be…

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The Prince of Forests

Sunday, September 14, 2008

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The Prince of Forests

The ‘blog’ plan (insofar as I have a plan) is not to talk exclusively about CTF UK and its fund-raising projects and conservation partners in the tropics – although there will be plenty of that. I shall try and bring news…

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Pay countries to keep their forests

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

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There is an interesting article in the environmental section of the FT regarding paying countries to keep the rainforest they have, rather than selling out to logging firms. It does seem like a very viable option. The president of Guyana has…

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CTF heads for a Carbon Neutral website

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

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CTF heads for a Carbon Neutral website

Here at Children’s Tropical Forest we’ve taken a step to making our website operation carbon neutral by teaming up with NS Design for the supply of our web hosting. NS Design use data centres owned by Coreix the first UK data centre to…

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Rainforest blogger? Geriatric? Me?

Sunday, August 31, 2008

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Rainforest blogger? Geriatric? Me?

If you’re the person responsible for writing Roge’s Rainforest Blog, perhaps the first thing you ought to do is establish your rainforest conservation credentials. So, if you’ll bear with me for a couple of paragraphs or so, I’ll try and…

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Working for good, is it for you?

Saturday, August 23, 2008

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Working for good, is it for you?

At CTF everyone involved works on a pro bono basis, not a single penny of donations is spent on administration overhead, everything goes to land purchase or other projects. It’s the same with many of the projects we raise money…

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How is Rainforest purchased?

Saturday, August 23, 2008

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How is Rainforest purchased?

We asked Dan Janzen, President of the Guanacaste Dry Forest Conservation Fund, how they identify the people who currently own the rainforest that they purchase for conservation. See what he has to say. The land purchases (more than 300 in the…

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