Anthem for the Amazon
Anthem for the Amazon is a collaboration to unite the world in a compelling call to action to save the world’s greatest rainforest through the universal language of music. 500 children from 50 different countries around the world came together to sing this global anthem and stand up for the Amazon rainforest. We hope you’ll sing along with them.
Meet the Voices
Esha Nijhoff Asser
Kelsey Beyeler Environmental injustice always has been, and always will be, inextricably linked to racial injustice. For centuries outsiders and colonists have exploited foreign lands and indigenous peoples for their labor and resources, often causing irreparable...
Amazon Aid is proud to participate in the Chicago Field Museum’s new exhibit which highlights the culture and resilience in the changing world of the Ese’Eja Nation from the Peruvian Amazon. The exhibit is created by Jon Cox, and Andrew Bale in collboration with the...
Support the Rainforest When You Purchase a Sustainable Water Bottle from Liberty’s Amazon Aid Collection
The Amazon Aid Collection is a new collection of beautiful, sustainable water bottles designed and manufactured by Liberty, makers of high-quality bottles that go everywhere and do more. Part of an ongoing collaboration, 10 percent of each purchase from the Liberty...
Artist for the Amazon Pooja Gupta Explores The World & Interconnectedness Through Media And Education
For nearly a decade, artist Pooja Gupta has focused on communicating environmental stories using a variety of mediums. It is through this experience that she has learned to appreciate and care for our planet: towering upon by the tallest of trees, wading through...
Artist for the Amazon Spotlight: Violinist, Composer & Conductor Bartu Elci-Ozsoy, 16, Inspires & Connects With The Power of Music
Bartu Elci-Ozsoy is a 16 year old violinist, conductor and composer, and a student at the prestigious Paris Conservatory, studying with the eminent violin professor Alexis Galpérine. He recently joined Amazon Aid Foundation’s Artists for the Amazon, to channel his...
by Matthew Abeler Artist for the Amazon They sound like orcs in the Lord of the Rings.Strange thoughts cross my mind at 6:00 a.m. Is there a dinosaur loose in the Amazon? A few days into the rainforest, I learned quickly not to fear the howler monkeys. They're just...
On June 22nd, Amazon Aid Foundation will join over 70 global organizations and individuals to celebrate the 4th annual World Rainforest Day, hosted and produced by Rainforest Partnership. A special livestream event on June 22nd will feature performances and...