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exciting news from orangerie bay

You may remember that last month we celebrated World Environment Day and the biodiversity that forests support. We showed you…

exciting news from orangerie bay
Issac and Nikki - Cool Earth biodiversity survey officers in Papua New Guinea

A recent grant from the Michael Uren Foundation has meant we can expand our team on the ground in Peru and Papua New Guinea.…

Meet Isaac and Nickson, forest detectives
INDIGENOUS LEADERS MEET ENTREPRENEURS IN THE PERUVIAN AMAZON

Late November this year a unique gathering of tribal leaders and progressive business men and women met in a remote…

INDIGENOUS LEADERS MEET ENTREPRENEURS IN THE PERUVIAN AMAZON
A view from Cool Earth's Asháninka project in the Peruvian Amazon

Johan Eliasch, chairman and CEO of sporting-goods group Head, founded Cool Earth to work with local communities to protect forests…

Johan Eliasch on why he’s saving rainforest
Running out of Wilderness

20% of the world’s forests are a football field away from the edge.

Running out of Wilderness
New rainforest flower discovered named after Cool Earth supporter Sir David Attenborough

A newly discovered plant genus has been named after Cool Earth supporter and well-loved naturalist Sir David Attenborough. The new…

New rainforest plant named after Sir David Attenborough
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
Our Year So Far

With two new projects more than 6,000 miles apart, 2014 started busy but has just moved up a gear. We’re…

Our Year So Far
Falcon

Our Asháninka Project is protecting the habitat of the Orange Breasted Falcon. This bird is highly adapted to hunt flying…

Falcon
Centipede

Would you have thought a centipede could take on and eat a tarantula… well, when it is the Peruvian Giant…

Centipede
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