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Cool Earth: A year in photos

As we approach the end of the year, we wanted to take a moment to reflect and look back on our achievements in 2023. Here are some of the top images captured by our teams and our partners who work…

Cool Earth’s Top Achievements in 2023

As we come to the end of another busy year, we wanted to reflect on the incredible work Cool Earth has achieved with the help of our partners and supporters.   Rainforest Labs in Papua New Guinea As you read…

10 thoughts following COP28

We know you’re all COP’d out – but…   Here’s a quick roundup of the outcomes. And the questions they raise! The final text of COP28 was finalised in the early hours of Wednesday morning. For us at Cool Earth,…

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…

Donate to protect rainforests this December

Are you looking to end your year doing good? Well, how about by taking climate action. Have a helping hand in protecting rainforests and investing in Indigenous peoples this December by donating to Cool Earth. What’s more, thanks to a…

New rainforest partnerships in Papua New Guinea!

We’ve just signed new partnerships with both the Gadaisu and Kondu communities in Papua New Guinea! In fact, our Kondu partnership will cover 26,500 hectares of rainforest, making it our largest partnerships to date. These are…

World’s First basic income pilot for Indigenous Peoples

Big news! Your donations are going directly to Indigenous peoples who are protecting the Amazon rainforest. No middlemen, no faff, just cash in the hands of the people with an unbeatable record of keeping rainforests safe. It’s all thanks to…