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BJF in the press: read our latest features!

By 3. August 2023News Home

As the Black Jaguar Fondation continues to further its mission of hope and action, it has also been getting more media attention. Over the past few months, we have been Featured in Reuters, Forbes Brasil, and appeared in some of the most read Newspapers and Radio Broadcasts in the Netherlands.  

Many of these platforms have shared the difficulties of carrying out ecological restoration in Brazil, and at the same time highlighted the urgency of this work. We are proud to see the Black Jaguar foundation being used as an example of quality ecological restoration in the region.   

A big thank you to the authors of these articles, who have taken a close look at our work and recognized the importance of ecologically restoring our planet. It is beyond late to be a pessimist, the time to act is now.  

We are excited to continue sharing our mission of hope and action with the world. Find a summary of our latest media appearances below:  


At the start of June, Reuters published a Special Report on the challenges of restoring the Amazon. We are very honoured that we have been selected for the investigative report, among the two leading organisations in Brazil carrying out ecological restoration. 

Read the feature HERE.  

Forbes Brasil

Earlier this year, the Black Jaguar Foundation was also featured in Forbes Brasil.  

The article described how our loyal BJF Friend, Ms. Andrea Dreesmann, started her company TreeLove to exclusively support the Black Jaguar Foundation.  

Read more below:

These media appearances have also helped us spread our message in the Netherlands, with appearances in:

We hope that these articles will give you a holistic picture of our project. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us in case of questions. You can email us at:  

 Together with our community of dedicated sponsor partners, farmers, and team, we are realising one of the longest biodiversity corridors on Earth!  

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