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News and Stories

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.

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,…

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.

Conservation in Cambodia

Our work with Fauna & Flora International (FFI), local communities and the indigenous Khmer Daeum in the Cardamom Mountains, Cambodia has come to an end. And yes, we know this is The Bright Side and all about positive news but stick with us.

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.

Let there be light: A solar project in Cameroon

We take light - electricity - for granted. At least those of us living in the Global West do. However, if you stop to think about it, that simple on-off light switch transforms lives.