The Amazon Charitable Trust

Set up in January 2009, the Amazon Charitable Trust's mission is the conservation and improvement of the natural environment of the Amazon Rainforest by promoting biological diversity. Working with indigenous communities, the Trust's aim is to relieve poverty by supporting their projects to become self sufficient, while at the same time protecting the natural resources around them.

As Managing Trustee, Robert Pasley-Tyler's love of forests began in Borneo whilst on active service with The Royal Greenjackets. In 1971, Robert completed a 12,000 mile, three year, horseback expedition from Ushuaia in Tierra del Fuego to Manaus in Brazil.

The Amazon Charitable Trust is located at 42 Berkeley Square, at no cost to the charity.

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