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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
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
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”
exciting news from orangerie bay

You may remember that last month we celebrated World Environment Day and the biodiversity that forests support. We showed you…

exciting news from orangerie bay
Hate, hope, and netball

In all of our partnerships, we make sure that women have a voice, and encourage participation from women and girls…

Hate, hope, and netball
Issac and Nikki - Cool Earth biodiversity survey officers in Papua New Guinea

A recent grant from the Michael Uren Foundation has meant we can expand our team on the ground in Peru and Papua New Guinea.…

Meet Isaac and Nickson, forest detectives
vanilla vine papua new guinea

Onion and vanilla are two flavours you’d never want to find together. But in Papua New Guinea they are natural…

The Papuan gardeners using their onions
Five Lessons from a week in the rainforest

Liz is Cool Earth’s new Project Coordinator. She has just returned from her first Cool Earth trip, visiting our Orangerie…

Five Lessons from a week in the rainforest
a Sinaki Dictionary

On our recent trip to Papua New Guinea we learnt some new words in Sinaki, the local language spoken in…

a Sinaki Dictionary
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