The Rainforest Carbon Remove Society of Belize


The Rainforest Carbon Remove Society, a non-profit society founded in Canada with operations in Belize, has joined Prince Charles (Great Britain) in taking a stand against deforestation of the world’s rainforests. The Society’s mandate to create a long-term sustainable economic and permaculture-based farming model and training school at an organic cacao farm in Southern Belize, and to implement carbon reduction and sequestration technologies, has earned them a page on The Prince’s Rainforests Project site. Ron Dewhurst, President of The Rainforest Carbon Remove Society said “I was delighted when Yalda Davis, the Prince’s Communications Officer, posted information about our organization on The Prince’s Rainforests Project site. Rainforest deforestation affects us all. The more publicity that we can generate to save the rainforests, the better it will be for everyone on this planet. Rainforests sequester and store huge amounts of carbon from the atmosphere. Slash and burn agriculture, which is rampant in Belize, degrades and destroys huge tracts of rainforest. Carbon dioxide is released into the air and our oxygen supply diminishes accordingly. Water pollution and soil erosion occur. Habitat and climate are negatively impacted. Species disappear. We don’t have a moment to spare in our race to save the rainforests.”

For further information and to donate to the rainforest fund, visit, email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it or call Ron Dewhurst, President, Rainforest Carbon Remove Society at 250-769-7195 (Canada). Rainforest Carbon Remove Society is a not-for-profit society committed to the preservation, management and creative business management of rainforests in Belize

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