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Rainforest in Cool Earth's PNG Partnership

A unique five-year experiment has shown that tall healthy trees share carbon with trees of different species. Underneath the soil…

The Carbon Exchange
Cool Earth is the most cost effective charity working on mitigating climate change

The World Health Organisation estimates that by 2030 an additional 250,000 people will die each year due to the effects…

Cool Earth is the most cost effective charity working on mitigating climate change
Disappearing animals strike a blow to forest carbon

Big animals spread the biggest seeds, which in turn grow into the biggest trees. Some seeds are spread exclusively by…

Disappearing animals strike a blow to forest carbon
What happens when your home disappears into the sea?

For thousands of people living in the Solomon Islands, close to Cool Earth’s Orangerie Bay partnership in Papua New Guinea,…

What happens when your home disappears into the sea?
Putting Promises from Paris onto Paper

About 160 countries will sign the Paris Agreement today. It was drafted at COP21 in Paris in December last year.…

Putting Promises from Paris onto Paper
cool earth rainforest canopy sustainable development goals

The Paris Climate Change Agreement has been reported as a breakthrough in tackling climate change. But China is not committed…

Protecting tropical forests is the only answer to the climate challenge
What The Paris Agreement means for Cool Earth's partner villages

By Nazario Manrique, Asháninka Project Coordinator, Lima “I met with Edwin Montenegro this week, the president of ORPIAN, which is a…

What The Paris Agreement means for Cool Earth’s partner villages
happy boy on tree in papua new guinea

You’ll hear a lot about COP21 over the next couple of weeks. It’s a meeting of 40,000 delegates from 196…

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ashaninka group underneath hut in rainforest

Strong community land rights help to mitigate climate change, and could prevent 27.2 million hectares of deforestation. That’s an area…

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Time to Act

What the climate march in London has to do with Gricela in Peru.

Time to Act
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