Tropical rainforests are the lungs of the planet — yet they are placed under immense pressure from extractive industries.
The Baram Peace Park is an incredible opportunity to protect Borneo’s forests and the communities who call it home: but only if the heart of the peace park is spared from logging and palm oil companies.
Frontline climate defenders in Borneo are fighting hard to protect their forests, will you help them?
We are calling on the Government of Sarawak to protect the Baram Peace Park's core zone!
To the Government of Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo:
We, the undersigned, call for the protection of the last intact rainforests of the Upper Baram watershed in Northern Sarawak. These forests, internationally known as the Baram Peace Park, represent the largest remaining unprotected primary rainforest in Borneo, and they are Sarawak’s best assets in tackling the climate and biodiversity crises.
We, the signatories to this call, encourage the Sarawak government to take decisive steps to permanently protect the 79,000-hectare core area of the Baram Peace Park as a zone for biodiversity and cultural heritage conservation. We demand respect for Indigenous people’s role in forest management of their native lands as the world’s historical guardians of the forests.
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