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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
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
The power of sharing knowledge

Knowledge is even more powerful when it’s shared. This simple fact underpins Cool Earth’s rainforest partnerships. Whether it’s new, sustainable…

The power of sharing knowledge
A year in the life of Inga

Inga can transform your plot into a food garden that’s fertile for a lifetime. There are just four steps to…

A year in the life of Inga
Spinning rainforest incomes

In Cool Earth’s Awajún partnership, a women’s jewellery cooperative has been out-pricing forest destruction. Their creations have even been shown…

Spinning rainforest incomes
Meet Josue

I’m Josue Morales. I’m Cool Earth’s local coordinator in our Awajún partnership. My job is to coordinate, train, and monitor…

Meet Josue
Ocelots in the garden

Last month we spent two weeks with our Awajún partnership. Narcisa Sebastian Suanco, her three daughters and her son in…

Ocelots in the garden
Good news and bad news from Peru

Last year, you helped our Awajún partner village of Huaracayo build a fish farm. Creating a reliable source of protein…

Good news and bad news from Peru
The heart of the forest  is the village that protects it

“The life of the forest is in accordance with our way of life and our culture” Cesar Escual, Cutivireni Village,…

The heart of the forest
is the village that protects it
ashaninka men

The best way to save rainforest is to support the people that live there, 100%. That’s why Cool Earth puts…

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