2022: A Year in Review
The past year marked a record high in Rainforest Action Network’s (RAN) 30 years of providing Community Action Grant (CAG) funding to frontline communities and grassroots initiatives fighting to keep…
Community Action Grants to Fight Line 3
The landmark release of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s Sixth Assessment Report in August sounded the alarm for the global community, confirming ‘unequivocally’ that human influence has warmed…
Five Grassroots Organizations Elevating Frontline Voices
As RAN and many other organizations think through how to incorporate equity and inclusion into all facets of our work, it is more clear than ever we need to make…
Win for longtime Indigenous allies defending ancestral lands
The Achuar and Wampis of the Peruvian Amazon halt major oil extraction project on ancestral territory.
Stories of Inspired Resistance:
By any measure, 2020 has been a dramatically unprecedented year, forcing us all to adapt to new challenges while facing the grim realities of racial injustice, the violence of right-wing…
RAN Brings Together Dynamic Women Leaders From Across the Globe for Revel 2020
Rainforest Action Network’s annual supporter and fundraising party Revel has had to adapt with the rest of the world to the circumstances of the Covid era and will be an…
Covid Community Relief Funds
The impact of COVID-19 has been hardest felt by the poor, people of color, and Indigenous Peoples. This summer, we asked you if you could help create a grassroots matching gift to send support where it was needed most.
UPDATED: Follow Up from the Frontlines
UPDATE: RAN has now been able to provide over $400,000 in grants to frontline and Indigenous-led organizations in the Amazon region since last year’s fires, thanks to RAN supporters!
Organizing to Defend Lands and Livelihoods Amid Covid-19 Pandemic
Science and an abundance of evidence through history makes it clear that keeping forests standing is absolutely critical to successfully confronting the climate crisis, as well as avoiding future pandemic…
A Message of Indigenous Resistance and Inspiration From the Amazon
I am Nemonte Nenquimo. My name means Many Stars. My people are the Waorani and our forest is our home. I am a Waorani woman and a mother.