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As recently as the 1950s, the island nation of Indonesia was covered with dense rainforest. Today, just half of this tropical forest remains. Nowhere is this rapid deforestation more apparent than on the island of Sumatra. Every minute on Sumatra, a forested area the size of five football fields is cleared to make way for paper, rubber and palm oil plantations. Right now, because of a matching pledge, you can protect an acre of this endangered rainforest for just $3.41. Help us meet our goal to ensure unique wildlife can continue to survive, and one day thrive again on the island of Sumatra.
July 28, 2015 6:16:02 AM PDT