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Great news from Lubutu

Cool Earth’s partnership in Lubutu is working with communities to protect 640,000 acres of forest bordering the Maiko National Park…

Great news from Lubutu
Spinning rainforest incomes

In Cool Earth’s Awajún partnership, a women’s jewellery cooperative has been out-pricing forest destruction. Their creations have even been shown…

Spinning rainforest incomes
Hate, hope, and netball

In all of our partnerships, we make sure that women have a voice, and encourage participation from women and girls…

Hate, hope, and netball
Glorious Mud

In our Lubutu partnership in the Democratic Republic of Congo, mud stoves may be the answer to saving forest and…

Glorious Mud
The Mother of the Forest

For the Asháninka, the mother of the rainforest is there to be respected. Chabuca, president of the Tsimi Community Association…

The Mother of the Forest
International Womens Day: 8th March

Women in remote rainforest communities face difficult challenges. Historically, income generation and investment decisions have fallen to men, and girls have had…

International Womens Day: 8th March
Empowering women and saving rainforest in the Awajún

AMARNO are a group of inspirational women in Cool Earth’s Awajún partnership who are saving rainforest with their artisan jewellery. “We used to…

Empowering women and saving rainforest in the Awajún
balbina peru

Meet the woman who transformed the future of her Awajún sisters.

From Mother’s Club to Peru’s Best Artisans
Healthy Birth Field Trip

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

Healthy Birth Field Trip
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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