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Water tanks for Wabumari

It may seem odd that rainforests – famously wet places – should suffer from drought. But each year the effects…

Water tanks for Wabumari
Be Bold For Change

The theme for International Women’s Day in 2017 is Be Bold For Change. Cool Earth is committed to helping women…

Be Bold For Change
Love your roots

We love partnering with indigenous villages. We are inspired by their stories. We are powered by their ideas. This Valentine’s…

Love your roots
Rare eagle in Cool Earth's Asháninka Partnership

Part of the monitoring and evaluation of Cool Earth’s partnerships involves setting camera traps and monitoring biodiversity in the forest.…

Rare eagle in Cool Earth’s Asháninka Partnership
A village in Cool Earth's Lubutu Partnership in DR Congo

Deforestation rates in DR Congo are increasing, releasing huge amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Recent research has found that…

REDD+ failing to stop deforestation in DRC
Tippy tap grid of images from Peru | Cool Earth

We’ve just received the brilliant news that thanks to you our Asháninka partners have built 105 tippy taps. That means 105…

105 tippy taps and counting
A new team member in the Awajún

This week Cool Earth’s Peru team welcomed a new team member. Ruth Huamán will be working in our Awajún partnership…

A new team member in the Awajún
forest fires cutivireni | Cool Earth

Forest fires are thankfully a rare occurrence in our partnerships. But a prolonged period of dry weather in Peru has…

Forest Fires in Cutivireni
Wabuamri Village community association with Forest Protection Agreement | Cool Earth

Every year the amount of forest protected by Cool Earth’s partners grows. That’s because good ideas spread fast. Wabumari village…

Welcome to Wabumari
Basil Matasi Wabumari Village Papua New Guinea | Cool Earth

On our second trip to Papua New Guinea, we travelled an hour and a half by dinghy to Wabumari village.…

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