PURELAND RAINFOREST NEWS
The PURELAND Zero emission removal project has the objective to preserve the existing primeval forest cover on an area of 841.7 hectares in the Térraba Sierpe National Wetlands. The area of PURELAND Zero is in Costanera Sur on the Osa peninsula in Puntarenas province in Costa Rica. The fragile ecosystems of the Sierpe are under threat of deforestation and illegal activity. Surprisingly, there is much more you can do to help than you may think! Consequently, we need your support to protect the mangrove forests for hundreds of species that call the Sierpe their home. Get the latest rainforest news on PURELAND and the Térraba Sierpe National Wetlands in Costa Rica. Further, learn how you can make a difference in saving our planet!
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