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The Chief

Cesar Bustamante is an Asháninkan tribal chief who has spent his life defending his people’s forest. In the eighties and…

The Chief
WORDS FROM A PRESIDENT

An Asháninkan President chats to Cool Earth about his concerns for logging communities. Julian Quispe is the President of Tsimi…

WORDS FROM A PRESIDENT
two children smiling behind rainforest cacao produce

Our partner villages in Peru have a surprising weapon in the fight against loggers: chocolate. Growing in their forest gardens…

How Chocolate Bars Deforestation
US Trade and illegal logging in Peru

US government led investigation corroborates NGO report and plans to address systemic forest governance failures in Peru In Washington DC,…

US Trade and illegal logging in Peru
A Mahogany Tree

Love Me: How Communities Halt Illegal Logging

Love Me
Forest Peoples Programme Criticises World Bank

A new report accuses the World Bank’s forest climate fund of sidelining indigenous peoples’ rights and failing to protect forests…

Forest Peoples Programme Criticises World Bank
150708 Rainforest Tree

The Prince of Wales has called for urgent action to prevent the loss of the world’s remaining rain forests.

Prince Charles calls for action to save rainforests
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