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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…

5 Fantastic Updates – New Guinea Rainforest

As part of our work in the New Guinea rainforest, we work with a small village in the remote Milne Bay Province named Sololo. In the last six months, we have seen some real positive moves in the rainforest…

Protecting Indigenous Peoples from Rainforest Wildfires

When rainforests burn, local communities are the ones to feel the heat. Wildfires have catastrophic consequences. In recent months, we’ve seen devastating headlines with more than 20 thousand people fleeing their homes in Yellowknife, Canada and 97 people…

Could Indigenous knowledge save the Amazon?

Over the past 20 years, the Amazon rainforest has lost nearly 54 million hectares of rainforest due to deforestation. This is caused by illegal logging, mining, monoculture farming and forest fires. Deforestation not only accelerates the climate crisis but also…

The best method to protect rainforests

A question we often get asked is: “Why is what you do better than other methods to protect rainforests? ”. The simple answer is, that it just makes sense. It’s fair to people and the “natural” world. Many of us…

Rainforest Weavers

In the Indigenous community of Cutivereni, Peru, a group of women have come together to keep traditional artisanal crafts alive. They are known as Jeto and are made up of 18 Indigenous Asháninka mothers. From the depths of…

More chocolate means a better future

Chocolate bars, cacao juice, hot chocolate and cacao-based jams are just some of the tasty cacao-based products that you can now find in the Awajún community of Urakuza, in the middle of the Amazon rainforest. A new era for Awajún…