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
Amazon Aid Foundation welcomes visual artist Judit Prieto: Nature’s wonders drew her in, just as her art draws audiences in to raise awareness about the importance of saving what we have and changing our behaviors to do so. How did you first become inspired by the...
Amazon Aid Foundation welcomes Aria Luna – One of the world’s youngest exhibiting artists whose imagination and talent belies her age.
A vivacious, inquisitive creative force, Aria Luna has always been enthralled by the natural world. She has raised a bird from an egg, swum (at a distance) with sea turtles in Hawai’i, navigated the ancient rivers of Colombia with her parents, nearly been bitten by a...
Amazon Aid Foundation’s Artists for The Amazon program is excited to welcome visual artist Nikhita Kalluri who advocates for the Amazon through activism and art. How did you first become inspired by the Amazon? I first became inspired by the Amazon when I learned...
Amazon Aid is Excited to Welcome Earth Day Poster Contest Winner and Artist Ambassador Michael DesRosiers
A life-long artist, Michael’s goal is taking the unseen and neglected to elevate into our consciousness Michael DesRosiers has been interested in nature and art since he was a young boy in Texas. He has been a lifelong vegetarian and his world view is about empathy...
Amazon Aid Foundation’s Artists for The Amazon program is happy to welcome musician and visual artist Fuchsia who creates music and art with reuse and a message in mind. “Being part of the Amazon Aid’s Artist initiative, I wanted to share this song I wrote on the...
Gold mining is leading to devastation and deforestation in the Amazon, and jewellery company sourcing policies can’t account for it. Advocates are urging the industry to come up with solutions.
Conservation Through Art: Artist for the Amazon John Nomesqui Explores How We Can Heal And Repair Through Creativity
John Nomesqui is a visual artist and sculptor who explores “repairing” trees as a metaphor for deforestation’s impact and the broken relationship between the man-made and the natural world. We spoke with him about his work, and his interest in the Amazon. The loom...
Two Panel Discussions Bring Together Experts To Discuss How Policy & Industry Can Support Cleaner Gold, Human Rights & Rainforest Protection On Wednesday, June 16th, Amazon Aid Foundation will hold the second meeting of its Cleaner Gold Network. The meeting...
Amazon Aid Foundation welcomes Rob Voerman – His “New Currency” Interactive Installation is a Paradigm Shift About How & What We Value
Rob Voerman’s work has been shown in museums and galleries around the world. Ranging from paintings to huge interactive sculptures, all with the design to question the world around us and serve as vehicles of change. Rob has always been concerned about the rainforest....