Cool Earth is a UK-based international NGO that protects endangered rainforest in order to combat global warming, protect ecosystems and to provide employment for local people. The organisation receives its income through business partnerships, trust funds and individual contributions from over 50,000 sponsors in order to secure specific tracts of endangered rainforest. Through the Cool Earth website, an individual can donate to support indigenous communities to protect their rainforest. Less than 10% of Cool Earth's supporter income is spent on administration.

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  • Cool Earth is a UK-based international NGO that protects endangered rainforest in order to combat global warming, protect ecosystems and to provide employment for local people. The organisation receives its income through business partnerships, trust funds and individual contributions from over 50,000 sponsors in order to secure specific tracts of endangered rainforest. Through the Cool Earth website, an individual can donate to support indigenous communities to protect their rainforest. Less than 10% of Cool Earth's supporter income is spent on administration. In 2015, it was named Charity of the Year in its category at the Civil Society Media Charity Awards and best International NGO at the PEA Awards. It is supported by various celebrities including Professor James Lovelock, Vivienne Westwood, Ricky Gervais and Sir David Attenborough. (en)
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  • Johan Eliasch and Frank Field
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  • Cool Earth works alongside indigenous villages to halt rainforest destruction
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  • Cool Earth is a UK-based international NGO that protects endangered rainforest in order to combat global warming, protect ecosystems and to provide employment for local people. The organisation receives its income through business partnerships, trust funds and individual contributions from over 50,000 sponsors in order to secure specific tracts of endangered rainforest. Through the Cool Earth website, an individual can donate to support indigenous communities to protect their rainforest. Less than 10% of Cool Earth's supporter income is spent on administration. (en)
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  • Cool Earth (en)
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