Bryan Adams hopes more artists will do this kind of eco-partnership. “I’m proud to be part of this initiative,” he says. He has been supporting sustainability projects through the Bryan Adams Foundation for over 10 years now.
This initiative is connected to our project in southern Malawi where we are restoring the Mount Mulanje Reserve to prevent erosion, flooding, and landslides – issues caused by the now almost destroyed forest. Furthermore, the mountain has a rich biodiversity and is home to several endemic species such as the Mulanje Cedar tree and the Mulanje Mountain chameleon. Deforestation has had a direct effect on the disappearance or sharp decline of the species living in the reserve.
To reverse this trend, the area is being restored with two types of forests: montane forests and miombo woodland which is according to its original biodiversity. To further safeguard the forests in the future, alternative job opportunities are being created (like employment in tree nurseries or in the honey sector) and livelihood schemes for the thousands of local families have been set up.
We are excited to make the next summer of ‘69 – 2069 – the greenest one.
Read more about our project in Malawi here.
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