A cause for celebration

Celebrating a year of partnership with Cool Earth demands a bit of a party. Thanks to the food gardens you helped…

A cause for celebration
Orangerie Bay One Year On | Cool Earth

When Gadaisu village in Papua New Guinea contacted Cool Earth, they were desperate to save their forest. Palm Oil companies…

Orangerie Bay:
One year on
Great news from Lubutu

Cool Earth’s partnership in Lubutu is working with communities to protect 640,000 acres of forest bordering the Maiko National Park…

Great news from Lubutu
women showcasing their jewellery

This month we checked in with the AMARNO women’s association in Cool Earth’s Awajún partnership in northern Peru. What started…

An AMARNO update
School Children sitting on fallen tree in Cool Earth's PNG Partnership

This September, a year on since we launched the partnership, the children of Gadaisu village are going back to school.…

Back to school for Gadaisu
Grauer’s gorilla now critically endangered

The world’s largest ape, the Grauer’s gorilla, is on the verge of extinction. This species, the biggest ape in the…

Grauer’s gorilla now critically endangered
A trip to the Congo

We’re really excited to announce a new Cool Earth collaborator. Vianet D’jenguet is an incredibly talented film-maker and intrepid explorer.…

A trip to the Congo
cacao pods

Find out how these magic beans turn into income for over 300 families in our Asháninka project.

Chocolate: From Bean to Bar
Cool Earth's Ashaninka Local Facilitator Adelaida Bustamante holding child

The success of Cool Earth’s model is down to the indigenous villages that work with us to protect their forest.…

Meet the team: Peru
Elderly Man speaking to his community in Cool Earth's PNG Partnership

“I’m an old man. My community are all my friends: my sons and daughters. We are grateful for Cool Earth.…

“My community are all my friends”
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