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land rights and climate change

Nearly 300 representatives of the Amazon rainforest’s indigenous people were in Lima last week with a clear message: their land…

land rights and climate change
Brazil rainforest destruction

Deforestation from Oil Palm plantations is something you might be used to hearing about in Papua New Guinea, not the…

Palm Oil in Peru:
a New Threat
cacao pods

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

Chocolate: From Bean to Bar
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
How do you feed a growing village without damaging the rainforest?

You wouldn’t have thought it, but rainforest soil itself is pretty rubbish – thin and impoverished. It’s the compost heap…

How do you feed a growing village without damaging the rainforest?
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
Please Look After This Bear

The Disney Conservation Fund was established in 1995 in order to accomplish a meaningful mission: protect wildlife and wild places,…

Please Look After This Bear
How chocolate is saving the rainforest

Cool Earth’s Asháninka partners in Peru have a surprising weapon in the fight against loggers: chocolate. In Peru’s Ene Valley, a…

How chocolate is saving the rainforest
The Mother of the Forest

For the Asháninka, the mother of the rainforest is there to be respected. Chabuca, president of the Tsimi Community Association…

The Mother of the Forest
Floods in the Amazon

We’ve had some bad news from Peru: floods are causing devastation for families living alongside the Amazon. Before Christmas, we…

Floods in the Amazon
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