As more people are learning about the Black Jaguar Foundation’s mission, it is also catching the interest of numerous news outlets. Over the past few months, we have had our story shared on multiple global news platforms, including Mongabay, the World Economic Forum, Waste-Ed, and The Financial Times. Many of these platforms have shared or highlighted the work that Black Jaguar Foundation is doing in Brazil, and have received positive responses from their respective audiences. This reassures us that we can count on public support, and hopefully continue to increase this support in the coming time.
We are very proud to have the story and mission of Black Jaguar Foundation broadcasted to such large audiences. Journalism has the power to spread the message of hope that we have the power to change the future of this planet, and improve the lives of future generations. We’d like to extend a thank you to the authors of these articles, as they have managed to portray our work in such a beautiful light. As we are now planting our first million trees, we believe it is more important than ever to share the story of the Araguaia Biodiversity Corridor!
Many thanks to Jenny Gonzales from Mongabay for writing so beautifully about our mission!