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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.

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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…

COP28: who will you listen to?

As representatives from nearly 200 countries gather at COP28, the only voices in the crowd that will resonate with us are those of Indigenous peoples. As a climate charity, we are skeptical of the impact of COP. To host it…

Honouring a Remarkable Cool Earth Fundraiser

A Tribute to Susannah Boddie, 1996 – 2023 We are deeply saddened about the passing of Cool Earth supporter Susannah Boddie in August this year and send our heartfelt condolences to Susannah’s family and her partner Robert. In 2021, Susannah…

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…

The relationship between Indigenous Communities and Fire

Paamari means fire in Asháninka. For so long, fire has been an incredible resource for many Indigenous societies across the world, shaping their everyday life. But in an age of climate breakdown where long drought periods have become the…

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…