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Brazil rainforest destruction

Deforestation from Oil Palm plantations is something you might be used to hearing about in Papua New Guinea, not the…

Palm Oil in Peru:
a New Threat
Rainforest canopy

Without immediate action, 170 million hectares of at-risk forest will be destroyed in the next 15 years.

Deforestation Fronts: Fighting to save our Remaining Rainforest
Healthy Birth Field Trip

Our Project Manager Hannah’s Field Trip to Peru, and how coconut water can save lives.

Healthy Birth Field Trip
Singing Orchid Discovered in the Amazon Rainforest

It’s well known that there are thousands of undiscovered species in the Amazon, but the latest find is one of…

Singing Orchid Discovered in the Amazon Rainforest
Rainforest Mothers

This Mother’s Day, spare a thought for the incredible mothers in the rainforest.

Rainforest Mothers
How the desert feeds the forest

What links Saharan dust and ecosystems in the Amazon? The Amazon rainforest and the Sahara are two of the most…

How the desert feeds the forest
ecuador

Thanks to our supporters, 2014 has been a fantastic year for Cool Earth. These are just eight of our achievements…

2014: A Year in the Rainforest
Strong Village, Safe Forest

Cool Earth visits their new rainforest school. Cool Earth prides itself on a unique conservation model – putting local people…

Strong Village, Safe Forest
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Three things to know about Coakiti 1) Little Hawk Coakiti’s name means ‘Little Hawk’ in Asháninka. He’s the son of…

Little Hawk
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