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Cuipo in Panamain Brazilin Indonesia

CUIPO IMPACT SO FAR...

Cuipo has protected an
area of rainforest 24 times the size of Central Park in New York.

80

MILLION

METERS SAVED

8000

HECTARES

OF RAINFOREST PROTECTED

19768

ACRES

OF RAINFOREST PROTECTED

4

RAINFOREST PRESERVES

CREATED BY CUIPO

The power to make a positive environmental impact is so simple and easy to do, if you only purchase from brands with an environmental impact built into their core values! BE the change we want to see in this world!

RICARDO PORTEUS - CUIPO CEO

“We’ve realised that if we empower individuals, rather than rely on governments and a few wealthy people, we can start a groundswell movement all over the world that can actually make a difference and cause a change for the better.”

TOM MURRAY - CUIPO FOUNDER
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The Cuipo Rainforest Preserve...

 
FIGHTING GLOBAL DEFORESTATION

We have several projects across Panama and Brazil

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Why save the rainforest?

Biodiversity

Tropical rainforest covers less than 7% of the earth’s land surface, yet it houses 50% of the world’s estimated ten million species of plants, animals and microorganisms. One hectare of rainforest can hold more than 450 species of trees. Each tree provides a habitat that can host hundreds of species.

 

Raw Materials & Resources

Trees found in the rainforest continuously recycle CO² and O², contributing 20% of the world’s oxygen supply. Additionally, rainforests provide an important source of timber, rubber, bauxite, and rare minerals when harvested sustainably.

 

Food Security

More than 80% of the developed world’s diet originated in the tropical rainforest. Foods such as corn, potatoes and rice came from this ecosystem. Should an epidemic affect our crops, the genetic diversity of these ancestral crops could help maintain our food supply.

A better tomorrow

At Cuipo, we believe there is a way to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to access the rainforest and its benefits. By reshaping attitudes about the environment, we hope to create a sustainable future.

A Cure

Rainforest plants, bacteria and fungi have provided the blueprint for many modern pharmaceuticals. Of the plants identified as having elements that could potentially cure cancer, 70% are found only in tropical rainforests. Rainforest preservation facilitates the development of medicine for a multitude of diseases and the discovery of new cures.

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