Our Wildest Campaign Yet| The Body Shop®

JOIN OUR WILDEST CAMPAIGN YET

For every specially selected Christmas gift
you buy this year we’ll help protect endangered creatures
and restore 1 square metre of rainforest.

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WILD ABOUT WILDLIFE

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The rainforests and the animals that live within them are a gift from the planet, but it’s up to us to protect them. So building on the success of our summer campaign in Vietnam and as part of our commitment to protect and enrich the world we live in, this Christmas we’re giving something back.
For every specially selected Christmas gift you buy this year we’ll help protect endangered creatures and restore 1 square metre of rainforest. After all, there’s no time like the present.
Over the coming months, participating The Body Shop stores will make a contribution of 4p for every specially selected Christmas gift and novelty sponge you buy in our stores or websites to help protect the rainforests- take a look at which gifts are included below.
The Body Shop is aiming to raise £200,000 this year, which will be split between the three countries. 58% will go towards continuing to support our original bio-bridge project in Vietnam, while 42% will be split equally between Bio-Bridge and rainforest animal protection projects in Indonesia & Malaysia. Since launching our initial campaign in the summer with the help of our customers we’ve been able to secure an amazing 7,820,788 square metres of bio-bridges. Our goal is to raise 14 million square metres worth of funds by the end of 2016.

WHERE IN THE WORLD

This Christmas we’re aiming to help protect some of the world’s most endangered rainforest animals
In Vietnam we’ll be seeking to protect our good pal Reggie the Red-shanked Douc. In Indonesia we’ll be working on a forest management plan to protect critically endangered Sumatran orangutans and tigers. And in Malaysia, we’ll be working to protect green corridors that help endangered Malayan tigers and Asian elephants.

THREE WILDLY DIFFERENT PROJECTS

Vietnam

Here we will help fund the protection of the Khe Nuoc Trong forest with 1 square metre protected with each specially selected Christmas gift or sponge purchased. Funds will also be allocated to species surveys and community engagement projects to raise local awareness of the endangered species in particular the Red-shanked Douc like our pal Reggie.

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Indonesia

Funds here will support the establishment of a Forest Management Unit in Sumatra to help protect the southernmost population of critically endangered orangutans and other endangered species, like the Sumatran Tiger, in the Batang Toru forest.

Malaysia

In Malaysia we will be working with partners to prevent habitat fragmentation, the greatest threat to endangered animals, like the Malayan Tiger and Asian Elephant. Our Bio-Bridge will help allow critically endangered wildlife to roam in a larger protected landscape of Endau Rompin.

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WHY WE’RE BUILDING BRIDGES WITH NATURE

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WHAT IS A BIO BRIDGE?

This Christmas we’re building Bio-Bridges to help protect the rainforest. Bio-Bridges are restored wildlife corridors within damaged landscapes that help endangered species reconnect, enabling them and local communities to live more sustainably.

We want you to feel good inside and out, knowing you’re helping improve the livelihoods of local people and help endangered animals like Reggie, the Red-shanked Douc.

HELP REGGIE SHARE THE LOVE

Reggie is a Red-shanked Douc. Found in the Khe Nuoc Trong rainforest, he is on the IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) red list of endangered species. This Christmas we honour him with our Reggie Bath Sponge!

But it’s not just Reggie we’re helping find love. We’re helping endangered creatures including Sumatran Orangutans, Asian elephants, Sumatran Tigers and Malayan Tigers meet their match too!

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OUR CHRISTMAS CHARITY PARTNERS

  • Indonesia
    Orangutan Land Trust

    The Orangutan Land Trust focuses on supporting the preservation, restoration and protection of forests in the areas where orangutans naturally exist or have existed in the past. The main aim is to ensure that there are safe forest areas set aside for orangutans and other species which accompany them within their habitat to form a healthy ecosystem.

    www.batangtoru.org

  • Vietnam
    World Land Trust

    The World Land Trust (WLT) is an international conservation charity, which protects the world’s most biologically important and threatened habitats acre by acre. Since its foundation in 1989, WLT has funded partner organisations around the world to create reserves, and give permanent protection to habitats and wildlife. We have a partnership dating back nearly 20 years.

    www.worldlandtrust.org

  • Malaysia Wildlife Conservation Society

    Wildlife Conservation Society-Malaysia (WCS-MY) is a Country Program of Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), an international conservation charity. WCS's goal is to conserve the world's largest wild places in 15 priority regions, home to more than 50% of the world's biodiversity.

    http://www.wcsmalaysia.org

WHICH GIFTS COUNT

This year all pre-filled Christmas gifts and of course our Reggie inspired bath sponges are participating in the campaign. What better excuse to go wild this Christmas?

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