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We should take an interest about the fate of the great forests of the world which are been logged for agriculture and palm oil plantations, polluted by oil wells and mining.  

28 million acres of Indonesian rainforest have already been wiped out.
And over 183 million acres in the Amazon basin.  

Trees cool our warming earth through cloud cover, provide shade for plants to grow, stop soil erosion and attract ocean air for essential rains to water the land.  Not forgetting that when forests go, so do the lives of indigenous peoples and every form of wildlife.



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Mike Dickson is the founder of Rainmaker Foundation, an exceptional community of individuals committed to make the world a better place. He began to understand the power of generosity when he co-founded the children’s charity Whizz-Kidz in 1990. Whizz-Kidz has since raised over £100 million to help more than 20,000 young people with mobility problems whizz about.

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