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Why Trees are Key to Fighting Climate Change

Trees are pretty special things. They provide oxygen, conserve water, improve air quality, preserve soil, support wildlife, and are some of the oldest…

Why Trees are Key to Fighting Climate Change
A good reason to love your roots

This Valentine’s day, we’re celebrating indigenous rainforest cultures around the word and the people who love their roots and are…

A good reason to love your roots
Earth Day 2016

The theme of Earth Day 2016 is Trees for Earth. Trees ensure the future of the planet by absorbing harmful greenhouse…

Earth Day 2016
Guenon Monkey Animals in Cool Earth’s Lubutu Partnership
ashaninka group underneath hut in rainforest

Strong community land rights help to mitigate climate change, and could prevent 27.2 million hectares of deforestation. That’s an area…

Community
How the desert feeds the forest

What links Saharan dust and ecosystems in the Amazon? The Amazon rainforest and the Sahara are two of the most…

How the desert feeds the forest
Oxygen

The Amazon rainforest provides a 20% of the world’s fresh water as well as a fifth of the world’s oxygen.

Oxygen
Falcon

Our Asháninka Project is protecting the habitat of the Orange Breasted Falcon. This bird is highly adapted to hunt flying…

Falcon
Centipede

Would you have thought a centipede could take on and eat a tarantula… well, when it is the Peruvian Giant…

Centipede
Amazon Fish

The Amazon River has over 2,000 species of fish – more than in the Atlantic Ocean.

Amazon Fish
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