A CRITICAL MOMENTTO PROTECT RAINFORESTS AND RIVERS

Industrial logging and plantation development in Borneo’s forests have polluted rivers, degraded fragile forest ecosystems and made it difficult for communities to find the forest products they need to survive.

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INTERNATIONAL SUPPORTFOR INDIGENOUS CAMPAIGNS

The Borneo Project responds to the needs of local partners, providing whatever support best suits programmatic and campaign needs.

OUR WORK

ELEVATING GRASSROOTS VOICESWATCH OUR FILM SERIES

The Borneo Project Film Team created a series of short documentary films about the 12 mega-dams slated for construction in the Malaysian state of Sarawak, in northern Borneo.

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HUMAN RIGHTSFOR FOREST PROTECTORS

Most of the indigenous communities of Borneo do not have legal rights to the land that they depend on for their lives and livelihoods.

HUMAN RIGHTS

Renewable Energy

The Borneo Project works with local partners to support the development of small scale renewables in Malaysian Borneo. The…

Baram Peace Park

“I hope that all people, both from this country and around the world, would give us their support so…

Partners

Save Sarawak Rivers (SAVE Rivers) SAVE Rivers is an indigenous-led network working to prevent the construction of mega-dams in…

Linking Local and Global Movements

The Borneo Project links grassroots indigenous campaigns with the global fight for climate action. The project works to bring…

Latest News

11 Jul

“No dam, no road” tantamount to blackmail: SAVE Rivers

Miri – Saying that building access road to Ulu Baram must be subjected to building of Hydroelectric Dam sounds like blackmailing. Like any other…

15 Jun

New research: building planned dams will significantly and irreversibly damage the environment

New paper in Nature analyses the wide-scale negative impacts of damming rivers in the Amazon basin. The Amazon basin will suffer significant and irreversible environmental damage…

Latest News

11 Jul

“No dam, no road” tantamount to blackmail: SAVE Rivers

Miri – Saying that building access road to Ulu Baram must be subjected to building of Hydroelectric Dam sounds like blackmailing. Like any other…

15 Jun

New research: building planned dams will significantly and irreversibly damage the environment

New paper in Nature analyses the wide-scale negative impacts of damming rivers in the Amazon basin. The Amazon basin will suffer significant and irreversible environmental damage…