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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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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.

The Next Generation of Ecologists Lives in Rainforest

Trans-generational unity in climate action is something we can get behind. Read on to discover stories of action direct from the world’s most important, Earth cooling, carbon-sink rainforests. Action that you, our supporters, fund with cash. Here, we focus on the bright side of rainforest conservation.

Tip the Amazon Rainforest into the green

Backing people to protect rainforest is more important than ever. Asháninka forest gardens among swathes of Amazon rainforest. Evidence suggests that the Amazon is losing its resilience, its ability to bounce back due to exploitation and increasing climate…

Finding optimism in the latest IPCC Report

(it wasn’t easy).

The recent IPCC report (The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) contained very few glimmers of hope and as you might expect, was stark reading indeed. Some points do shine, and we’re here to tell you about them. Here are…

Your COP26 Questions Answered

As COP26 draws to a close, our Director Matthew Owen answers the questioned you asked us, and explains why we remain optimistic even when pledges look to fall short.

World’s Smallest Frog Living in Papua New Guinea Rainforest

Small find, big news. At around 7mm in length, this tiny forest-dwelling frog no bigger than a housefly has been confirmed to be living in the rainforests of Wabumari, Milne Bay by Dr Chris Dahl, working with consultant Kenneth Pomoh…

IUCN update: A modest proposal

Campaigners from the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) are backing indigenous people and local communities to protect the Amazon rainforest.

Don’t put fires out: Prevent them

Fighting rainforest fires is essential. For saving lives, homes and livelihoods (never mind the rainforest itself). Fighting these fires is short-term action – not a long-term solution. We can aim higher. Be smarter and together protect more rainforest than ever…

Eight things we’ve learnt from the IPCC Report

This morning, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released the first of their climate change reports. If you take anything from this article then it is this; the time to act is now.