Facade in London – Annabel’s Private Members Club Fighting Against Deforestation

Facade in London - Annabel's Private Members Club Fighting Against Deforestation

This is no photoshop, this is the entrance to 46 Berkeley Square, Annabel’s. From the sidewalk to the roof, the Annabel’s (all-day and all-night private Members’ Club) has been covered with green rainforest lush, plants, and Macaws. The part of the ‘Annabel’s for The Amazon’ initiative, a collaboration with One Tree Planted and The Caring Family Foundation. Fighting deforestation, the goal is to plant one million trees by March 2023. 600 hectares of forests lost is trying to be brought back, renewing biodiversity in the Araguaia Biodiversity Corridor. Habitat, destroyed by agriculture, logging, and other destructive projects guided by human greed and carelessness. The aim is to create the largest nature corridor that connects Amazon and Cerrado (2,600 km). The same distance between Moscow, Russia, and London, England. Join in this amazing cause, to help out heal our Earth just a tiny bit, after all that we’ve done wrong.

 

This is Annabel’s (Private Members Club), located at 46 Berkeley Square, London.

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Facade in London - Annabel's Private Members Club Fighting Against Deforestation

Photo credits: Annabel

This is not photoshopped. It’s a decorated facade of Annabel’s as a part of the ‘Annabel’s for The Amazon’ initiative.

Facade in London - Annabel's Private Members Club Fighting Against Deforestation

600 hectares of forests lost is now trying to be brought back as the largest nature corridor that connects Amazon and Cerrado (2,600 km).

Facade in London - Annabel's Private Members Club Fighting Against Deforestation

This is a collaboration with One Tree Planted and The Caring Family Foundation.

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Facade in London - Annabel's Private Members Club Fighting Against Deforestation

The goal is to plant one million trees by March 2023!

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