Tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world after water, and Camellia sinensis -- the plant from which it is derived -- is cultivated on more than six million acres (2.4 million hectares) around the globe. But how is it grown, and what do you and your customers know about the tea you sell?
Help your students understand the unprecedented challenges facing our Earth -- and empower and inspire them to help protect it. The Rainforest Alliance makes it simple. Recognizing that teachers are continually challenged to meet intense curricular demands using limited resources, we have created comprehensive education tools to help you connect your kids to conservation.
The Rainforest Alliance is helping to arrest the major drivers of deforestation and environmental destruction. In our 2010 Annual Report, we provide a comprehensive overview of our on-the-ground work and detailed financial information. Click on the image below to browse the interactive version, or download the PDF below that.
The Rainforest Alliance's work in sustainable tourism centers around helping hotels and lodges, tour operators and other tourism businesses to improve their environmental, social and economic practices. Through training and technical assistance, the organization works to strengthen the tourism industry’s capacity to be an ally of conservation.