Our rainforests are the most biodiverse places on earth – with the Amazon home to one in ten of all known species.

Together, we have secured protection for swathes of these incredible forests. People like you have helped to support a landmark Soy Moratorium, brought scientists to undiscovered reefs that lead to a ban on Total mining for oil and worked alongside the Indigenous Deni group in Brazil to be recognised as owners of 1.6 million hectares of the Amazon.

For decades Greenpeace scientists, campaigners and activists have exposed forest crimes, launched groundbreaking research, and fought alongside communities to show the scale of forest destruction and lobby politicians to finally put the natural world first.

Just imagine where our rainforests – like the Amazon – would be if we weren’t there to be a voice for this vulnerable ecosystem.

Again and again, you’ve shown that together we can protect our forests against impossible odds. Now, we need to ask you to do something amazing to keep our forests safe for generations to come.

With a gift to Greenpeace in your Will, you can make sure we’re always ready to fight back against forest destruction. You can help us confront the companies responsible and the politicians willing to turn a blind eye, long into the future.

Get in touch

To find out more, arrange a call with our dedicated Gifts in Wills Officer Andrew Sturley on 020 7865 8116 or simply enter your details and we’ll send you everything you need to get started – including our free digital guide.

Powering forest protection worldwide

Victory in the Amazon: Hyundai stops supply of diggers to illegal gold miners destroying Indigenous Lands

Nearly half of all diggers supplied to gold miners devastating Indigenous Lands were from one company. Here's how Greenpeace activists stopped the supply.

The Pantanal wetlands: the most beautiful place you’ve never heard of - and why it needs protecting

Bustling wildlife, ferocious fires, and 'flying rivers' - what South America's giant wetland can teach us about the future of the planet.

Meet the Indigenous community that’s fighting deforestation – and winning

Through high-tech forest monitoring and persistent legal action against invasions, the Karipuna Indigenous People are beginning to win the fight against deforestation in their Amazon lands. Here’s their remarkable story.

In pictures: 10 bizarre creatures you could meet in the Amazon

There's a reason that the Amazon rainforest inspired scientists to invent the word 'biodiversity' - the region is home to 10 percent of all plant and animal species known on Earth. Let's meet some of the weird and wonderful creatures you could find there.

Ensure the fight continues

Find out more about the impact of leaving a gift to Greenpeace in your Will.

Learn more