Stories

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
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
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
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
The very tasty caterpillar

They may not look that appetising to some, but these fellas are a real treat. Caterpillars are an important traditional…

The very tasty caterpillar
Seven families of gorillas in Cool Earth’s Lubutu partnership

The world’s largest great ape, Grauer’s gorilla, is in rapid decline. According to a recent report numbers have dropped from 17,000…

Seven families of gorillas in Cool Earth’s Lubutu partnership
An international effort to save forest in the Congo

Representatives of six African nations, alongside countries from the EU, the World Bank, and specialised UN agencies, have announced an…

An international effort to save forest in the Congo
Red Duiker in Cool Earth's Lubutu Partnership

In Cool Earth’s Lubutu partnership, we held workshops to make sure everyone was aware of the project and what it’s…

Hunting Sustainably in Lubutu
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