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We see incredible climate action take place in rainforest around the world each and every day. Find stories and news to inspire your own climate action now.

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La Niña and the health crisis in Parijaro

Living in rainforest can mean living in extremely remote locations. Remoteness in many of our rainforest partnerships leads to limited access to infrastructure and facilities that can be taken for granted in other parts of the world, such as reliable…

Race for Rainforest

Ready to Race for Rainforest? We’re asking you to move in any way you want to raise cash to back people to protect rainforest and fight the climate crisis. Our target is big (naturally) and we need your help, sweat,…

The Asháninka speak up to put fires out

The latest report from Global Forest Watch shows tropical rainforests are in the midst of a recurring wildfire epidemic – news that isn’t new to us, or you.   The global smoke alarm is sounding. The report (April ‘22)…

Tackling deforestation with football

Our partners at CCREAD (the Centre for Community Regeneration and Development) in Cameroon continue to build a foundation for climate action with a focus on joy and wellbeing.   Why wellbeing? Happiness makes for a solid foundation for us…

Cracking the coconut biz in Wabumari

A new chapter for colonial-era plantations brings opportunities for the people that depend on and care for rainforest.   Coconut? More like wondernut. Coconut palms are found all around the coast in Wabumari, Papua New Guinea (PNG). Known locally…

We’ve partnered with INCA

Meet INCA. A restaurant not just inspired by tropical rainforest but protecting it too. Our new business partner is helping fight deforestation with a simple act: offering diners the chance to “Give Rainforest Gratuity”. Who are INCA? A high-end…

Saving the rainforest: a matter of life and death?

Life in the Amazon is precarious. The Amazon rainforest is home to millions of people, plants and animals and it’s the largest carbon sink on land. This forest also produces some of Earth’s most lucrative commodities; gold, timber and coca,…

A Dose of climate Optimism

Fridays are for climate wins. Get inspired, get acting, get your dose of Climate Optimism.   Indigenous leaders derail gas project [1]Indigenous Australians Have Derailed a Controversial Gas Project by Suing…

A Dose of Climate Optimism

We know there’s only one reason you look forward to a Friday – your weekly dose of five radically optimistic climate stories.   Climate activists to the front [1]Introducing the 2022…