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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.

The true cost of mining on the Amazon Rainforest

Illegal mining is taking a toll in more ways than one on the Amazon rainforest. Hector (whose name we have changed for his safety) together, with his wife and two young children, live in a community nestled on the edge…

Responding to a health crisis in the Amazon rainforest

In the middle of the Amazon lies one of our remotest Indigenous villages, Parijaro. Perched at an altitude of over 1,400 meters, this community is as isolated as they come. With no direct access by road or river, it’s another…

You Asked, We Answered: Basic Income Pilot

In case you missed it, we launched the world’s first basic income pilot for people living in the rainforest last week.  We received an incredible response to this news. So much so that we wanted to address…

El Niño’s health consequences

It’s not just the heat; El Niño and the climate crisis could impact your health. You might have heard of El Niño before, the climate pattern that drives year-to-year variation in global surface temperature and long-term warming trends. Well,…

The forest depends on fish farmers

Fish farming in Awajun communities has helped participants secure sustainable livelihoods in the Amazon rainforest. Thanks to the breeding of native species, such as paco and gamitana, families are guaranteed nutritional intake and income from the sale of surpluses that…

What is El Niño and why should you care?

What is El Niño? You might have heard of El Niño before, but if not, we’ve got you covered! El Nińo is a climate pattern that drives year-to-year variation in global surface temperature and long-term warming trends. Trade winds normally…

World Water Day – water tanks for every household

This World Water day we hear from Ricky Imanuakan, Livelihood Programme Coordinator in our Papua New Guinea office, about the importance of accessing clean water and the WaSH project. Realities of safe water access Most of the…

Sounds that soothe, Harmonic Breathing

Breathe in.   Breathe out.   Relax.   🧘🏾‍♀️🧘🏻🧘🏽‍♂️   Given the state of the world, relaxing isn’t always the easiest thing to do.   Harmonic breathing is here to help change that.

La Niña and the health crisis in Parijaro

Living in rainforest can mean living in extremely remote locations. Remoteness in many of our rainforest partnerships leads to limited access to infrastructure and facilities that can be taken for granted in other parts of the world, such as reliable…