This Resource Guide is part of a series of briefs meant to inform and inspire faith communities to action to help safeguard tropical forests and their inhabitants. Through facts, graphics, analysis, photos, and faith-inspired perspectives, this Resource Guide presents the moral case for conserving and restoring rainforest ecosystems, supported by the latest science and policy insights. It brings together the research and practical tools that faith communities and religious leaders need to better understand the importance of tropical forests, to advocate for their protection, and to raise awareness about the ethical responsibility that exists across faiths to take action to end tropical deforestation. Our hope is that this Resource Guide inspires and helps equip faith leaders and communities to take their seat at the table alongside the broader partnership of forest advocates, bringing fresh wisdom, insights and influence to this urgent issue.
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