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Fires and Deforestation in the Amazon

Amazon deforestation in Brazil has leapt a quarter in 2016. Illegal logging and clearing of Brazil’s Amazon rainforest increased 16%…

Deforestation jumps in Brazil
El Nino and the rainforest

The monster El Nino in the Pacific is inflicting a severe drought on Papua New Guinea and elsewhere in the Pacific and…

El Nino and the rainforest
Permafrost is warming at an ‘unbelievable’ rate

One of the world’s leading climate scientists has said today that the permafrost, the frozen earth that hides under 25%…

Permafrost is warming at an ‘unbelievable’ rate
Cool Earth wins P.E.A. Award for best international NGO

Sustainability champions named at green carpet event in Brighton on Saturday 3rd October. The P.E.A. (People. Environment. Achievement) Awards recognise…

Cool Earth wins P.E.A. Award for best international NGO
Cool Earth Goes Global

This month, Dame Vivienne Westwood and Andreas Kronthaler launched our most exciting project to date: saving rainforest in Papua New Guinea. The launch…

Cool Earth Goes Global
Pamela Anderson auctions engagement ring for Cool Earth

Actress and environmental activist Pamela Anderson has pledged to auction her Tiffany engagement ring for Cool Earth. The proceeds will…

Pamela Anderson auctions engagement ring for Cool Earth
INDIGENOUS LEADERS MEET ENTREPRENEURS IN THE PERUVIAN AMAZON

Late November this year a unique gathering of tribal leaders and progressive business men and women met in a remote…

INDIGENOUS LEADERS MEET ENTREPRENEURS IN THE PERUVIAN AMAZON
How the desert feeds the forest

What links Saharan dust and ecosystems in the Amazon? The Amazon rainforest and the Sahara are two of the most…

How the desert feeds the forest
New rainforest flower discovered named after Cool Earth supporter Sir David Attenborough

A newly discovered plant genus has been named after Cool Earth supporter and well-loved naturalist Sir David Attenborough. The new…

New rainforest plant named after Sir David Attenborough
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The Peruvian government has declared a no-fly zone over its most ungoverned coca-producing region in an attempt to stamp out…

Peru declares No-Fly Zone over our Asháninka Project
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