ACEER Supports The Prince's Rainforest Project
"If deforestation can be stopped in it's tracks, then we will be able to buy ourselves some much-needed time to build the low carbon economies on which our futures depend. I have endeavored to create a global public, private and NGO partnership to discover an innovative means of halting tropical deforestation. Success would literally transform the situtation for our children and grandchildren and for every species on the planet."-HRH The Prince of Wales
ACEER and The Prince's Rainforest Project are sharing resources and information so that teachers around the globe have access to a wealth of information about Rainforests.
Visit the Prince's Rainforest Project school site to learn more.
The ACEER Foundation has been promoting environmental education in rural rainforest regions of Peru for almost a decade. In 1998, the Foundation expanded its programs to include the award winning JASON curriculum, which focused on interactive rainforest ecology conservation and Internet training. Since then, the Foundation's efforts have broadened ever more, and now include teachers and community members in the urban areas of Iquitos, Pucallpa, and Puerto Maldonado. To date, more than 1,000 teachers have participated in ACEER Programs, which have received numerous commendations from Peruvian education officials.
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