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Cool Earth works alongside indigenous villages to halt rainforest destruction. Read stories about some of the people we work with.
The theme for International Women’s Day in 2017 is Be Bold For Change, something that chimes with Cool Earth’s mission.…Be Bold For Change
Humans have lived in the Amazon rainforest much longer than previously thought, and even helped enrich its biodiversity. Stonehenge-like structures,…No empty eden
We love partnering with indigenous villages. We are inspired by their stories. We are powered by their ideas. This Valentine’s…Love your roots
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
Securing the land rights of indigenous people is crucial to keeping global temperature rises below the agreed threshold. Community forest…Indigenous rights are crucial to the Paris climate agreement
Giving indigenous people legal rights to their land is one of the most cost-effective ways to protect South America’s endangered…The cheapest way to save rainforest?
On our second trip to Papua New Guinea, we travelled an hour and a half by dinghy to Wabumari village.…“Our livelihood depends on our land, forests, rivers and waters”
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
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