13 million hectares of forest have been converted for other uses or destroyed by natural causes. Up to 28,000 species can go extinct in the next quarter century due to deforestation. 70% of our world’s plant and animal species live in forests. Whenever we clear acres of them, they lose their habitat and die. Indigenous forest people who’ve lived there for the longest time are being deprived of their home. Most developing countries use firewood and charcoal for heating their homes and cooking their food. Our AIM has provided 100’s of Eco stoves, so women can get together once a week and make a community activity of booming the villages and making briquettes with leaves papers and garbage collected. This saves our plants and environment and also keeps our community clean and united. Our AIM plans to provide 1000’s of eco-stoves to save our environment.