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We aim to put an immediate stop to the consumption of precious wood as a fuel source, which is a major contributing factor for the decline of our rain forests and together socially and economically empowers and liberate our indigenous populations.

We do this by empowering rural indigenous populations to plant trees such as endangered tropical varieties together with castor trees the seeds of which are used to produce vegetable oil that is then transformed into renewable clean energy in the form of bio combustibles.

This way the rural indigenous communities can then make their own clean, renewable, non-toxic energy that is reliant on reforestation and the restoration of our rain forests and with the excess production can generate an income that will enable these indigenous communities to build schools, hospitals, and other social structures along with economic independence.

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