Southeast Asia encompasses one of the world’s three major biodiversity, along with the South American Amazon and African Congo regions.

Six of the world’s 25 biodiversity hotspots are in the region, which contains an astounding 20 percent of the planet’s vertebrate and plant species. Compared to other hotspots, Southeast Asia is far more densely populated, more than the Amazon and Congo combined. Nearly every country in Southeast Asia is low or middle income, this means that, for years, the environment has often been sacrificed for economic growth.

In Southeast Asia, the world is understood to be a vast, complex network of interdependent relationships. When global capitalism makes it impossible for small-time rice farmers to feed their families and make a living, …

Southeast Asia and the Austronesian World

Part of the Sundaland. 3% of earth total land area. 2,694 ethnic groups. Nearly 10% of the earth's human population. Over 25,000 islands. Southeast Asian Massif of 100 million. Over 750 active volcanoes. 20% of global plant, animal, and marine species.

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Conserve Now For Future

Exploitative capitalism has sacrificed our wellbeing and much of the planet’s resources on the altar of unlimited growth, binding the hands of those yet to be born.

Biodiversity conservation is the responsibility and obligation of every citizen of the earth so as to handover a lively planet to future generations.

In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.

In nature’s economy the currency is not money, it is life.

A regenerative human culture is healthy, resilient and adaptable; it cares for the planet and it cares for life in the awareness that this is the most effective way to create a thriving future for all of humanity.

Biodiversity in Southeast Asia is under serious threat with some parts of the region projected to lose up to 98% of remaining forests in the next decade, thanks to main deforestation drivers pulp-paper, rubber and oil palm.

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