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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.

Stories shape the future.

Time to look on the Bright Side

Optimism and the action that inspires it is not the first thing most people think of when talking climate, but it should be.   Every three months we send our supporters The Bright Side; an email full of positive climate…

We believe in Indigenous peoples

People living in rainforest have protected it for thousands of years – let’s fight for this to continue for thousands more.   Today is International day of the world’s Indigenous peoples.   For us, it’s Indigenous people’s Day 365, 24/7.

Reinforcing Relationships in Rainforest

This is issue 2 of The Bright Side. A quarterly blog with the purpose to inspire radical, climate optimism in people all over the world. How? With stories of action direct from the world’s most important, Earth cooling, carbon-sink rainforests. Action that our supporters fund with cash. Here, we focus on the bright side of rainforest conservation.

Meet Basiliana: Mother, Optimist, Conservationist.

Sitting outside her house in the foothills of Mount Namuli, Basiliana proudly told us about her son Filimonio’s work as a conservationist, promoting sustainable farming in rainforest. “I really like that Filimonio has his job and is enjoying himself” she…

From one local community to another

Every one of us relies on the rainforest. Despite covering less than three percent of Earth’s surface, it’s our medicine-cabinet, oxygen-releaser, carbon-storer, rainfall-producer and haven for wildlife. It is our world’s most precious resource and protecting it is essential for…

Women and the changing climate

As aClimate change discussion has too often been a battle. Between scientists and sceptics, lobbyists and deniers, the poor and the wealthy. It’s stalling effective climate action. It also means that the world’s poorest and most marginalised are being left…

Remembering Sir Michael Uren

Sir Michael Uren OBE, engineer, industrialist and one of Britain’s leading philanthropists, has died at the age of 95. It is a reflection of Britain’s hidden and sparse culture of philanthropy that Sir Michael Uren is not a household name.