An aerial image of a sunrise over tropical rainforest in Cambodia.

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.

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…

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.

The pen is mightier than the bulldozer

Rainforest conversation has a grim history. Something we strive to resolve. One way we do this is by returning autonomy to the people we work with, people we believe in and know are crucial to turning the tide on the…

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…

Race for Rainforest

Ready to Race for Rainforest? We’re asking you to move in any way you want to raise cash to back people to protect rainforest and fight the climate crisis. Our target is big (naturally) and we need your help, sweat,…

The Asháninka speak up to put fires out

The latest report from Global Forest Watch shows tropical rainforests are in the midst of a recurring wildfire epidemic – news that isn’t new to us, or you.   The global smoke alarm is sounding. The report (April ‘22)…