At Stranger Collective we love to Feed. We do it every ten days (or taking a Day 10 as we call it). It's about keeping our thinking fresh by continually nourishing the parts of our brains that deliver those lightbulb moments so that we stay original, vibrant and ahead of the curve.

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Join the Rainforest Revolution

This week the world has all eyes on the Paris accord. And what better way to kick back against the ludicrous notion that climate change isn’t worth worrying about than joining a revolutionary movement to halt rainforest destruction forever?

Over the last 10 years, the good people at Cool Earth have discovered the most effective way to save the rainforest and thus tackle climate change. And it’s not putting up fences, or signing petitions to protect endangered species.

It’s working with indigenous people and helping them harness their own potential to improve and grow, so their communities and the rainforest they call home, can thrive. In short, it’s all about putting people, not trees first.

So what does this have to do with you? To make it happen, Cool Earth needs us all – our hearts, minds and email addresses – to create a groundswell of energy that could change the world.

Just watch this video and do what it tells you (it’s simple, safe and legal, we promise!). Sign up to the Rainforest Revolution with a few clickety clicks, encourage your friends to sign up too, then feel like a superhero for the rest of the day.

Take that, Trump. Climate Change fighters unite!


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