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A call for forests amid our concrete jungles (commentary)

More than half the world’s population lives in cities, and that’s set to rise to two-thirds – more than 6 billion people – by...

How a series of shady deals turned a chunk of Borneo...

In the leadup to the release of the second installment of Indonesia for Sale, our series examining the corruption behind Indonesia’s deforestation and land-rights crisis,...

Rubber plantation in Cameroon edges closer to UNESCO World Heritage Site

Satellite data indicate the rubber plantation, operated by China-owned Sud Cameroun Hévéa (Sudcam), is now less than one kilometer away from intact primary forest...

Brazil’s actual forest-related CO2 emissions could blow by Paris pledge

Brazil is reporting its CO2 emissions within U.N. guidelines, but those rules ignore significant sources of national greenhouse gas emissions ¬by disregarding carbon emitting...

Meet the 2018 ‘Green Oscars’ winners

The six winners of 2018 Whitley Award are Munir Virani of Kenya; Shahriar Caesar Rahman of Bangladesh; Kerstin Forsberg of Peru; Dominique Bikaba of...
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