Register for the campaign
By signing up to the campaign you have joined thousands of otheres dedicated to saving the worlds rainforests.
Take your step to protect
Get creative! Whether choosing palm oil free, getting out into nature, choosing plant-based, reducing plastic waste, or whatever you like!
Share it with the world
Share your step to protect on social media, hashtag #MyStepToProtect and tag 3 friends to join the movement.
Go one step futher
Go one step further and purchase a limitied edition palm oil free soap. With every soap purchased at least one tree will be planted.
- Palm Oil Free
- Cruelty Free
- Planet Friendly, Plastic Free Packaging
This uplifting Australian Made lemon myrtle soap bar is will leave you and your skin feeling refreshed and invigorated. Made in collaboration with Viva La Body, purchasing this soap bar not only helps reduce plastic use but is also great for the environment and endangered species. Profits from this bar goes to Orangutan Alliance and supports their awareness, reforestation and conservation projects. Thank you for taking a step to protect with this purchase.
Cocos nucifera (Coconut Oil), Olea europaea (Olive Oil), Aqua (Water), Sodium Hydroxide (Lye), Butyrosermum parkii (Shea Butter), Backhousia Citrodora (Lemon Myrtle).
The Leuser Ecosystem is among the most ancient and life-rich ecosystems ever documented. It is now considered the very last place on earth where Sumatran orangutans, tigers, elephants and rhinos co-exist. It is jungle to be cherished for its unique fauna and remarkable flora, as well as its influence on our own wellbeing. The protection of these mighty jungles play a crucial role in providing us the oxygen we breathe, as well as being a crucial component in combatting climate change. Every part of this extraordinary ecosystem is essential to the intricate network of nature that allows us to thrive. Right now, it’s survival hangs in the balance.
We are working with our partners Orangutan Information Centre to restore forest on degraded land in the Leuser Ecosystem. So far, with full support from local communities and authorities, they have reclaimed, restored and replanted more than 800 hectares of critical rainforest – but they have thousands of hectares to go – and you can help!
This is a critical moment in history. We currently have a small window of opportunity to not just make changes to protect ourselves and future generations, but to actually create a much better world. It begins with all 7.7 billion individuals reconnecting to nature, making a change, and leading the way to a #NewNormal.
This month we encourage you to take part in the #MyStepToProtect challenge by making a positive change for nature and sharing it with the world.