Cool Earth's Ashaninka Local Facilitator Adelaida Bustamante holding child

The success of Cool Earth’s model is down to the indigenous villages that work with us to protect their forest.…

Meet the team: Peru
Cool Earth Partnership Lifecycle

Cool Earth’s partnerships are planned to have a lifecycle of seven years although this does vary between projects, communities, and…

Cool Earth Partnership Lifecycle
ashaninka men

The best way to save rainforest is to support the people that live there, 100%. That’s why Cool Earth puts…

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Cool Earth wins P.E.A. Award for best international NGO

Sustainability champions named at green carpet event in Brighton on Saturday 3rd October. The P.E.A. (People. Environment. Achievement) Awards recognise…

Cool Earth wins P.E.A. Award for best international NGO
cool earth rainforest canopy sustainable development goals

Last week, the 193 member states of the United Nations met to discuss 17 goals for sustainable development, to be…

Cool Earth and the Sustainable Development Goals
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…

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
Cool Earth's TED Talk

Watch Matthew Owen’s TEDx Talk explaining how Cool Earth save rainforest one village at a time

Cool Earth’s TED Talk
Cool Earth Asháninka Project - winner of a Charity Award 2015

Cool Earth were presented with the Environment and Conservation category award at last week’s Charity Awards in London.

Cool Earth wins national award for environment and conservation
men playing football in rainforest

With the Women’s World Cup underway (and a chance that England might actually get to the finals) find out how…

Football and Forest
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