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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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A Dose of Climate Optimism

This isn’t an April Fool’s post, this is your weekly dose of the good stuff, its time for less clime doom and more climate woo.   Traditional and indigenous knowledge = healthy planet [1]…

A Dose of Climate Optimism

You are in exactly the right place for action-inspiring, doom-leaping, positivity-shining climate optimism stories.   Inuit knowledge continues to inform climate science [1]Bloomberg (2022) We know that indigenous knowledge is…

A Dose of Climate Optimism

It’s that time of the week again. Kick back and soak up your dose of Climate Optimism.   Open pit mining to be halted in Honduras [1]Mongabay (2022) The government of…

Tip the Amazon Rainforest into the green

Backing people to protect rainforest is more important than ever. Asháninka forest gardens among swathes of Amazon rainforest. Evidence suggests that the Amazon is losing its resilience, its ability to bounce back due to exploitation and increasing climate…

A Dose of Climate Optimism

This is the other side of the climate breakdown coin. Environmental wins from around the world that give us climate optimism.   PetroTal production could be halted in Peru due to protests [1]…

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Finding optimism in the latest IPCC Report

(it wasn’t easy).

The recent IPCC report (The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) contained very few glimmers of hope and as you might expect, was stark reading indeed. Some points do shine, and we’re here to tell you about them. Here are…

A Dose of Climate Optimism

Want some climate optimism news? You’re in the right place. Get it, share it, create more of it. Philanthropists are funding crucial climate journalism [1]Independent (2022) More than two dozen journalists…