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Students in several science and tech schools in California are learning to design and build Guardians, acoustic monitoring devices to help protect rainforests from...

Indonesia investigates deadly oil spill in eastern Borneo

An oil spill and ensuing fire in Balikpapan Bay in Indonesian Borneo over the weekend has been blamed for the deaths of at least...

The RSPO’s Liberian fiasco (commentary)

On February 13, the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil, the industry certification system for production of conflict-free palm oil, confirmed what many in Liberia’s...

Restoring flagging oil palm plantations to forest may benefit clouded leopards,...

A team of biologists fitted four clouded leopards in the Kinabatangan region of Malaysian Borneo with satellite collars, and they gathered several months of...

Coal mine diverts Sumatran river without a permit, leaving villagers short...

Since coal mining company PT Seluma Prima Coal set up operations in 2015, residents of Rangkiling Bakti village in Jambi, Sumatra say they have...
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