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3 ways we’re supporting Indigenous women right now

Indigenous women play a crucial role in protecting the rainforest and fighting the climate crisis. Despite this, they are up against relentless obstacles, with many facing gender-based violence and discrimination almost daily. In fact, the UN recently reported that…

Cool Earth: A year in photos

As we approach the end of the year, we wanted to take a moment to reflect and look back on our achievements in 2023. Here are some of the top images captured by our teams and our partners who work…

COP28: who will you listen to?

As representatives from nearly 200 countries gather at COP28, the only voices in the crowd that will resonate with us are those of Indigenous peoples. As a climate charity, we are skeptical of the impact of COP. To host it…

The relationship between Indigenous Communities and Fire

Paamari means fire in Asháninka. For so long, fire has been an incredible resource for many Indigenous societies across the world, shaping their everyday life. But in an age of climate breakdown where long drought periods have become the…

Could Indigenous knowledge save the Amazon?

Over the past 20 years, the Amazon rainforest has lost nearly 54 million hectares of rainforest due to deforestation. This is caused by illegal logging, mining, monoculture farming and forest fires. Deforestation not only accelerates the climate crisis but also…

Rainforest Weavers

In the Indigenous community of Cutivereni, Peru, a group of women have come together to keep traditional artisanal crafts alive. They are known as Jeto and are made up of 18 Indigenous Asháninka mothers. From the depths of…

Why is it so dangerous to defend the rainforest in Peru?

Back people to protect rainforest On April 8th, Asháninka leader Santiago Contoricón, 58, was tragically murdered in his home in the community of Puerto Ocopa (Junín, Peru). His death is a sad reminder that Peru is one of the ten…

The warmest year on record – what can YOU do about it?

2022 was a year marked by extreme weather events. Europe saw its hottest summer ever with intense heat waves, droughts and wildfires. In fact, the last 8 years have been the warmest on record globally…

A statement on the political crisis in Peru

As the political crisis in Peru continues, our thoughts and unconditional support are with our partners and teams in Peru.   Since December 7, the situation in Peru is extremely concerning. Violence, the disproportionate use of force, the State of…