For the Asháninka, the mother of the rainforest is there to be respected
By The Mother of the ForestWednesday 23 March 2016
OVO and Cool Earth started working together back in 2010 – and since then, we’ve worked with indigenous people in the Amazon rainforest to a...
By Ray Mills-MorrowFriday 18 March 2016
Rainforest is safe when local people earn more from keeping the forest standing than they would from clearing it. With OVO’s support, Cool E...
By Cool EarthMonday 14 March 2016
Cool Earth’s partner villages in Peru have a surprising weapon in the fight against loggers: chocolate.
Forest isn’t protected unless the communities keeping it safe are healthy and strong. That’s why healthcare is at the top of the agenda for ...
By Cool EarthThursday 10 March 2016
138 brave people woke up with the birds outside OVO’s Rivergate offices this morning. It’s been an emotional night – and an experience we wo...
Friday 13 November 2015
Dr Beth Watts discusses findings of I-SPHERE review of youth homelessness policy and practice across the UK, identifying priorities for futu...
By Dr Beth Watts for The OVO FoundationThursday 12 November 2015
Did you know that over 83,000 young people face homelessness across the UK every year?
By The OVO FoundationWednesday 11 November 2015
Cool Earth's simple approach has five steps, starting when a village in need makes contact.
By Cool EarthThursday 07 May 2015
A child born in a remote rainforest area is ten times less likely to reach their first birthday than if they were born in the UK.
By Cool EarthSunday 15 March 2015
We love Bristol. It's been a wonderful home for us since our earliest days, and its people and personality help inform everything we do. So ...
By The OVO FoundationMonday 22 December 2014
Whilst visiting our Ashaninka project the team were thrilled to be asked to open a new school in our partner village, Saboroshiari.
By Cool EarthThursday 20 November 2014
On 6th November, 100 of us at OVO will be swapping our comfy beds for the hard floor of Bristol Temple Meads Station to raise money and awar...
By OVO EnergyThursday 23 October 2014
Life’s hard when you don’t exist. In Peru, if you don’t have a National Identity Number, you don’t officially exist. This means you can’t go...
By Cool EarthThursday 21 August 2014
OVO's adventures in the Amazon
By OVO EnergyFriday 31 August 2012