A.S. Adventure

A.S. Adventure knows that saving the rainforest is vital for the global environment. That's why it's a proud partner of Cool Earth.
A.S. Adventure

A proud partner of Cool Earth, A.S. Adventure knows that saving the rainforest is vital for the global environment.

Outdoor specialist A.S. Adventure offers a wide range of products and services for adventure journeys, and actively seeks to promote nature and conservation. They are natural partners for Cool Earth whose simple, honest and effective ground-up approach is preserving endangered rainforest and natural habitats for adventurers of the future.

"Working with Cool Earth to protect the natural environments of both rainforest communities and endangered wildlife, whilst combating the effects of climate change seemed like an obvious partnership for us. Economic progress should not mean that the harmful effects of human activity are left to develop unchecked. Through this partnership we hope to support the great work Cool Earth are doing to highlight the dangers of deforestation and the effects it can have on our planet"

Didier Neyt, Marketing Director at A.S. Adventure

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A.S ADVENTURE FOR ASHÁNINKA

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A.S. Adventure is partnering with 16 Asháninka villages to save 1,714 acres of rainforest in Peru.

The Asháninka are Peru’s largest indigenous nation and until now have lived deep in the heart of the amazon rainforest. Today, the deforestation frontline has arrived on their doorstep. Our Asháninka Project is in the Ene Valley, one of the world’s most at-risk areas. Illegal logging and the cocaine trade are destroying the forest. With the support of A.S. Adventure, Cool Earth is linking villages together to shield millions of acres of neighbouring forest.

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Asháninka

Projects Supported

Acres saved so far

1,714

Acres saved so far

Acres saved so far

411,360

Trees protected

Acres saved so far

445,640

Tonnes of CO2 locked in

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