saving rainforests by developing tech

selvador believes funds should pay for rainforests and not administrators so help us to save the rainforests with tech and avoid bureaucracy

help us to say ‘thank you’ for the rainforests!

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selvador

a 21st century solution
for the rainforests

at selvador we believe that the tropical countries and their rainforests have been doing a great job over the past centuries. They have been effectively sequestering carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to limit the rate of climate change.

it is only in recent decades that they are looking to gain economic value from their land by deforestation. however this is not only accelerating us to an environmental  tipping point, it is creating increased disease pressure.

Industrialised countries deforested their ‘wild woods’ many centuries ago. Furthermore their increasing use of coal and other fossil fuels since the industrial revolution has caused the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere to rise sharply.

if they want the tropical countries to preserve their rainforests with their carbon sequestration they should pay for it.

current off-setting and international funding schemes only deliver around 30% of their received donations with some dropping as low as 10%. the remainder is  swallowed up by administration.

we believe there is an opportunity for a 21st century solution which uses tech to mitigate this bureaucracy.

our priority is to build an enthusiastic group of subscribers who can help us develop our tech concept. the objective is to launch a solution that delivers between 50% and 70% of the funds to the forest floor.

our other web pages include stunning photographscalendars, creative art and a library of our favourite YouTube videos. we are hoping to use all of this material relating to the rainforest to capture the imagination of our subscribers.

if you have any questions, check out our faq page. if you can’t find what you’re looking for there please use the email icon in the header to send us an email.

join our subscriber group to be part of this exciting project.
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