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Indigenous women march in Ecuador, vow to ‘defend our territory’

Long-experienced at organized activism, women from communities represented at the march are leaders in the struggle for indigenous territorial autonomy.Indigenous Ecuadorian women are victimized...

Belize creates one of Central America’s largest biological corridors

On Feb. 13, the government of Belize approved the 110-square-kilometer Belize northeastern biological corridor.The corridor aims to provide safe passage for wild animals like...

In Jakarta, wildlife monitors find a hotspot for the illegal tortoise...

Indonesia’s capital has seen an increase in the sale of non-native species of tortoises and freshwater turtles that are prohibited for international commercial trade,...

For Rohingya refugees fleeing persecution, elephants pose a new threat

Twelve people have been killed by elephants in Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh.Fleeing military operations in Myanmar, the refugees have settled in elephant corridors.Training...

Suspected poisoning takes down 11 lions in Uganda park

Eight cubs and three female lions died, apparently from eating poisoned meat in Queen Elizabeth National Park.Lions, along with other predators, have been in...

Study puts a figure to hidden cost of community-company conflict in...

Two studies have revealed the extraordinary costs of social conflicts between local communities and palm oil firms in Indonesia, the world’s biggest producer of...
Failure to plan for a better environment is planning for failure

Failure to plan for a better environment is planning for failure

Failure to plan for a better environment is planning for failure The 2018 Garden Route Environmental Restoration Seminar will be hosted on 6 and 7...
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