Plant A Red Panda Home
Red pandas are a tree-dwelling species. As forests disappear so does their habitat. Offset your carbon footprint and help us plant a red panda home!
Habitat loss is the #1 threat to red pandas. A study conducted by RPN in June 2011 revealed a 3.2% deforestation rate in Eastern Nepal. Forest loss, degradation, and fragmentation are leading to the decline of red panda numbers and threatening the future of this species.
We have identified plantation areas in Jajarkot, Jumla and Kalikot districts of Western Nepal. They are located within core red panda habitat and reforesting them will help create habitat connectivity that can support viable red panda populations.
Red pandas live alongside other threatened wildlife, as well as human communities, all of whom depend on forests for their survival. It costs us about $1 to plant a tree; donate $1,000 and plant an entire forest of 1,000 trees in 1 hectare (=10,000 square meters)!
Combat climate change by offsetting your carbon footprint!
Your donation will support red panda habitat restoration and reforestation projects in Nepal.
>> For donations of $25 or more, check the Carbon Offset box on the popup form to receive your official certificate of sustainability.
Plant a Red Panda Home
All donations matched thanks to Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and Beatrice Potter!