The world's hotspots for biodiversity, such as Borneo’s rainforest, play a key role in some of the biggest crises right now: the climate crisis, the biodiversity crisis and the prevention of pandemics.

The corona crisis is a clear sign that we need to take better care of our nature and the biodiversity. Working to preserve nature - including the biodiversity in Borneo's rainforest - is extremely important in order to protect both animals and plants, reduce greenhouse gasses and to improve protection against future pandemics. Save the Orangutan's work to protect and restore the rainforest is thus very relevant and important.

In our positions below you can read more about Borneo's importance in connection to the three major crises and how Save the Orangutan works to protect and care for Borneo's rainforest and its biodiversity.

Climate, biodiversity and pandemics