News and success stories
Stay in the loop with news of ongoing campaigns and successes in the fight against rainforest destruction.
Brazil: Indigenous Ka’apor people denounce abuses by carbon traders
The Indigenous Ka’apor people call on the Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Maranhão to take action to evict the carbon trader Wildlife Works from their territory.
For true climate protection: Don’t fuel the fire!
At the COP28 conference, Europe pledged to phase out fossil fuels. In reality, the EU wants to fall back on dangerous and costly false solutions.
Trophy hunting: Debunking the hunting lobby’s lies
Rainforest Rescue has long said NO to tourists shooting elephants, rhinos and lions for fun. Belgium is leading the way with a trophy import ban.
Brazil: Mob of 200 landowners and police militia kill Pataxó Indigenous leader
Brazil: 200 landowners used WhatsApp to coordinate an attack on the Pataxó people, killed their leader and seriously wounding her brother.
One of Brazil's largest socio-environmental and labor tragedies – five years on
One of Brazil's most notorious socio-environmental and labor disasters, the Brumadinho dam failure case still haunts the nation five years on.
Indonesia: 14 years of impunity for arson in Tripa peat swamp forest
The palm oil company Kallista Alam went for ten years without paying the fine for its slash-and-burn clearing in the Leuser Ecosystem.