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Welcome to JungleForever

What we stand for and why

Who we are

It’s a beautiful planet now, but will our great grandchildren see it?

We believe we have to do something now to preserve and sustain nature and animal life not only for ourselves but also for our children and grandchildren to enjoy. Technology and industries are growing faster than the earth can handle. That is why we decided to give a helping hand to mother nature!

People and the diversity of animals on earth need a green planet to thrive.

Our goal is to have more forest and jungle to support the planet’s population and also to sustain the many animals that need the forest for their survival.

African and South American forests need help!
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When nature is struggling it gives us a warning in the form of a plague or disease. It is telling us to plant more trees now!

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We love nature and trees, that's where it all starts!

We need to work together, to help is to contribute. Manpower is also needed, not only financial contributions. See how you can contribute today.

The founding of the Jungle Forever Foundation

Our Jungle Story

The Founding of Jungle Forever

Our founder Daniel Kazemi had a dream to plant billions of trees all over the world on any terrain, with techniques he had developed and with other tree planting partners.

The ever-growing human consumption and population is the biggest cause of forest destruction due to the vast amounts of resources, products and services we take from it.

Half the world’s rainforests have been destroyed in a century, at this rate you could see them vanish altogether in your lifetime! We must take action so that these forests, its plants and animals and us humans who depend on them continue to live. Deforestation is in fact considered the second major driver of climate change (more than the entire global transport sector), responsible for 18-25% of global annual carbon dioxide emissions.

Direct human causes of deforestation include logging, agriculture, cattle ranching, mining, oil extraction and dam-building.

Logging is believed to be the second largest cause of deforestation. Timber companies cut down huge trees such as mahogany and teak and sell them to other countries to make furniture. Smaller trees are often used for the production of charcoal. Vast areas of rainforest are cut in one go (clear felling) and the most valuable trees are selected for timber, leaving the others for wood chipping. The roads that are created in order to cut and remove the timber often lead to further damage: see the effect of forest roads under "Oil Companies".

Green energy cannot solve the problem of society's expanding resource depletion without less consumption, which is by definition unsustainable given that the Earth is finite. Renewable energy sources, including biomass energy, wind power, and solar energy, are not as renewable as they are portrayed to be!

All above mentioned energy sources need many fossil fuels in their production. Bio masses are the worst we could imagine, including deforestation. When it comes to biofuels trees are chopped down with giant sawn trunks.

JungleForever helped my Foundation get off the ground with great advice, skills and patience. These are really good people! David Cardenas, from the David Avantgarde Foundation.
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What do trees do for our planet? How do trees grow and support life?


Where are more forests needed the most right now?


How is our daily life influenced by forests and nature?


Manpower. The real trees need to be planned and planted. See how you can help us plant a tree.


How do forests support insect life which on their turn support our crops.


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Why we need to plant more trees 01.TREES COMBAT CLIMATE CHANGE Excess carbon dioxide (CO2) is building up in our atmosphere, contributing to climate change. ...
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Trees are a lot more intelligent and sociable than you might think. In fact, researchers have demonstrated that trees have vibrant social networks that operate ...