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For Amazon’s harpy eagle, nesting trees are also coveted for timber

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A new study finds that nesting trees for the harpy eagle in the Amazon are almost all targeted by the commercial timber industry.The eagles...

Research links industrial pig farming and virus outbreaks

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Researchers have found a surprising correlation in Brazil, the U.S. and Germany: areas with more pigs also have higher COVID-19 infection rates.In Brazil, more...
Nature, Environment & Wildlife Filmmakers Congress - 25 – 30 October 2020

Nature, Environment & Wildlife Filmmakers Congress – 25 – 30 October...

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NEWF 2020 : Community re-imagined in a social VR World Nature, Environment & Wildlife Filmmakers Congress in a virtual world. 25 – 30 October 2020 DURBAN: The...
Post-pandemic recovery plans fail to address biodiversity loss

Post-pandemic recovery plans fail to address biodiversity loss

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“Only a small number of countries are addressing the biodiversity crisis in the serious manner it deserves.” The COVID-19 pandemic has given nature a bit...
Some 630,000 Europeans die from various forms of pollution each year

Some 630,000 Europeans die from various forms of pollution each year

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“There is a clear link between the state of the environment and the health of our population,” an expert says. Air pollution, both indoors and...

What is the Mexican hairy dwarf porcupine? Candid Animal Cam heads...

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Every Tuesday, Mongabay brings you a new episode of Candid Animal Cam, our show featuring animals caught on camera traps around the world and...

Bird-rich Indonesian island yields up new songbird species

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Researchers have described...

Rieli Franciscato died protecting isolated indigenous peoples in the Amazon (commentary)

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Rieli Franciscato of the Brazilian government’s Indigenous affairs agency FUNAI was killed last week on the edge of the Uru-Eu-Wau-Wau Indigenous territory in Rondonia.Franciscato,...

Our most read conservation stories for September 2020

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Mongabay continued to see growth in readership in September, with traffic across our websites rising 25% over last September to 10.97 million pageviews. We’ve...

Four decades of community lessons from the forests of Durango

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Almost 44 years ago, the General Emiliano Zapata Union of Ejidos and Forest Communities (UNECOFAEZ) was founded in the Mexican state of Durango.UNECOFAEZ’s sustainable...
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