NFI Climate Fund

1 Euro for Climate Justice

Climate change affects us all, but most of all the people in the countries of the Global South, who contribute the least to global greenhouse gas emissions. The NFI campaign "1 Euro for Climate Justice" invites all Naturefriends from wealthy countries to make a contribution to greater climate justice.
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Hiking towards a better future!

Climate Hikes

In recent years, young people have rediscovered hiking as an outdoor activity. Hiking is popular for a reason: you can enjoy nature quickly and easily, relieve stress and escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. And there is something for everyone: from the fitness-conscious outdoor sportswoman to the relaxed bon vivant - there is a route for everyone. 
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Your Christmas Tree grows in Africa! Together for more climate justice!

As the holiday season approaches, NFI's Christmas fundraising campaign takes on a special significance. It is a time of giving when we want to support those who are most affected by climate change. This year, the focus of NFI's campaign resonates deeply with the principles of climate justice. In a symbolic sense, when you support initiatives like the Naturefriends Climate Fund you're nurturing a different kind of Christmas tree - one that grows in the hearts and at the same time in the soil of the villages in Senegal and The Gambia where our Naturefriends tree sponsorship programme is being implemented.
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Tree sponsorships NF Climate Fund

Kick-off for tree sponsorships in Senegal and The Gambia. Naturefriends for climate justice!

After intensive preparation, the time has finally come: the official launch of the Naturefriends tree sponsorships in Senegal and The Gambia is just around the corner! Around 3,500 fruit trees are to be planted in the next few weeks with people living in six villages along the two countries' border region, which was awarded Naturefriends Landscape of the Year in 2018. They will then be given to families to care for, such as watering and protecting them from goats and other grazing animals. In a few years, they will be able to enjoy mangoes, lemons and sapote fruit.
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