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COP 27

Five things that should take centre stage, but probably won't...

Not just deforestation: the Asháninka & war in the Amazon rainforest.

Threats change, direct action does not. Words can never fully communicate the lasting impact violence has in people’s lives, their culture and their futures. When you compound war with the harmful legacies of colonialism, missionaries, exploitative industry, drug trafficking, invasions,…

Community: a reason for celebration

A village celebration in the Peruvian Amazon gave us a powerful reminder of the importance and potency of community.   You’re part of a community. Possibly one of the fastest-growing and most important communities on Earth. A community out to…

Acting beyond borders in Papua New Guinea

We leapfrogged formality with the RWSSP to save lives and protect rainforest.   Borders are blurry. Many parts of the world have an excruciating, and sometimes dangerous, obsession with borders. Our homes, towns, districts and countries as a whole use…

Lula vs Bolsonaro – Hope for the Brazilian Amazon

Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has a 15% lead in the polls ahead of President Jair Bolsonaro ahead of the first round of elections due on October 2nd (Reuters) . If 50% of the vote isn’t secured by either…

Cash. A force for good.

Cool Earth’s Martin Simonneau spoke at ‘Is direct giving the future of aid?”, an event hosted by design agency Human After All.   Speaking alongside Guillermo Rodriguez-Guzman from the Centre for Homelessness and Rachel Waddell from Give Directly.

Hotter, faster, stronger – extreme weather hits home

Floods, droughts and heatwaves are increasing in frequency and severity around the globe. When extreme weather patterns become the norm, it also becomes impossible to ignore the link between weather and climate breakdown. For many, this is not the new…