By 2025, an estimated 1.8 billion people will live in areas plagued by water scarcity, with two-thirds of the world’s population living in water-stressed regions.

of the earth’s surface is covered with water.
Of the earth’s water is freshwater and can be used for drinking purposes.
Of freshwater is available for consumption while the rest is locked in glaciers.

Waging A War
Against Water

Stand with us as we embark on a mission to keep our waters clean.

Join the Movement.

Water Pollution Explained
Did you know that 80% of the water pollution is caused due to domestic sewage? Every day, every minute, you are unknowingly contributing towards water pollution. Learn how!
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What is the first thing that pops into your mind when you imagine water pollution? Industrial dumping or plastic? What if we tell you there’s a lot more?
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Before we set out to eradicate water pollution, let us first understand where it comes from, what are the activities that lead to it and what are its categories?
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35,000 gallons of water is contaminated every year because of oil spills. 30 billion tons of urban sewage is discharged into water bodies. Stunned?
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ill Effects
15 million children and 2 million people under the age of five years die every year from waterborne diseases. Over 1 million seabirds and 100,000 sea mammals have perished.
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1 person cannot make a difference but if 7.8 billion people can pledge to eradicate water pollution, life can flourish once again. Learn how you can contribute.
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Conserving Water,
Preserving Life Make a Difference.

Water Conservation

The world is headed straight towards an acute water crisis. If not conserved today, there might not be any drinkable water left by 2050.

The Need to conserve water

More than 6 billion pounds of garbage, mainly plastic end up in the oceans every year.

How to Conserve Water

An average urban household, which consumes 130,000 gallons of water per year, could save 44,00 gallons annually.

Importance of Conservation

Compared to today, five times as much land is likely to be under “extreme drought” by 2050.


From saving a precious resource for future generations to cutting down water bills, water conservation benefits everyone.


Conserving water equates to impacting 3.4 million lives who will otherwise die of waterborne diseases like typhoid & cholera

Recycle Water,
Recycle Life

Saving Bizarre Biodiversity in the Heart of the Forest

Take care of the sick, abandoned forests!

We runs the only legal rescue center which does rehabilitation of wounded, sick and abandoned rainforest animals on the Pacific coast.

With two full time highly skilled Wildlife Biologists, overseeing all of the wildlife at KSTR, and she has been with KSTR for nine years.

The team and Dr. Martin work with professional staff and volunteers, including many budding primatologists, to provide state of the art care for approximately 200 wild animals rescued each year. Without this center, most of these animals would die!

Support center which is effective at successfully releasing healthy animals back into the wild.

People Saving the Rainforest

is looking to raise its goals to include a reforestation project that will include at least 94,000 trees, according to a statement issued by the group.

The goal is being led to fruition thanks to a donation of around 117 hectares, of land that the donor owned as a teak farm before it was harvested back in April 2016, according to the group’s co-founder Jan Alcare. The property will be used not only for reforestation, but also to release some rescued wildlife on it, according to the organization.

Pelota. Ellen. Kermie. 

Three of the cutest, sweetest, and most special two-toed sloths you will ever meet. Their story is one that we hope will make scientific history and provide vast amounts of knowledge about sloth behavior that hasn’t existed until now.

What makes these three so incredibly special and unique is that they were brought to KSTR as orphans and have been successfully hand raised by an amazing group of volunteers led by “sloth mama” Sam Trull who serves as the organization’s Wildlife Manager and “mom” to the orphans.

“Rainforest has my highest respect and in my opinion deserves support for its projects which have exceptional merit of being based upon biological research of high quality, exact mapping, and clear statements of what support will accomplish.”
John Costa
Biologist and Conservationist