Moments that Fuelled Radical Climate Optimism in 2021
With stories of action direct from the world’s most important, Earth cooling, carbon-sink rainforests.
Let’s start this year as you mean to go on. Inspired, charged and ready to do whatever you can to fight the climate crisis. These stories will do just that. Stories that wouldn’t have started without our supporters and people like you that care.
Your COP26 Questions Answered
As COP26 draws to a close, we answer the questions you asked us, and explain why we remain optimistic even when pledges look to fall short.
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Why we’re talking about people (and not trees) on World Rainforest Day.
Picture rainforest – what do you see?
Flourishing forest, vibrant wildlife, miles of Amazonian river snaking through towering tropical trees? Or perhaps you visualise piles of timber and lost habitats?
Both are true, but it’s not the whole picture.
50 million people live in rainforest.
Rainforest has been home to people for over 13,000 years who rely on their environment for food, shelter, and medicines. People managing land sustainably, living in balance with their environment.
This balance has been disrupted on a global scale. People have been displaced by the climate crisis, forced to give up their way of life, and to fight against unwelcome outside influences like logging companies.