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Madagascar lemurs, tortoises seized in Thai bust reveal reach of wildlife trafficking

History repeats as logging linked to Cambodian hydropower dam in Cardamoms

Efforts to save Cambodia’s coast tread water as fish stocks plummet

Can Vietnam’s forests survive the spread of acacia and eucalyptus plantations? (commentary)

Indonesian palm oil firm clashes with villagers it allegedly shortchanged

Trial begins for Mother Nature Cambodia activists on conspiracy charge

Impunity and pollution abound in DRC mining along the road to the energy transition

Impunity for Cambodia’s exotic pet owners as trade outpaces legislation

In Cambodia, an official’s cashew factory churns out timber from a protected forest

Sanctioned timber baron wins new mining concessions in Cambodia’s Prey Lang

False claims of U.N. backing see Indigenous groups cede forest rights for sketchy finance

Lombok sand mine corruption probe continues as Indonesia to resume exports

Investigation shows ‘shadow companies’ linked to Indonesia palm oil giant First Resources

Indonesia welcomes new Singapore regulation to help curb lobster smuggling

Calls grow to repurpose land squandered in Cambodia’s concession policy

Gorilla permit fraud dents community-led conservation efforts in Uganda

Mine in ‘world cobalt capital’ displaces locals and monks under questionable circumstances

Cut down once again: Uncontrolled logging puts new Sahel reforestation projects at risk

Experts slam massive ‘discount’ in fines for Indonesian palm oil billionaire

Indonesian regulator gets 12 years’ jail for palm oil permit bribery

Skepticism as Cambodia expands protected areas by more than a million hectares

Indonesia, Singapore to work more closely against lobster larvae smugglers

New concession in Botum Sakor National Park handed to Cambodia’s Royal Group

Indonesia permit payoff raises alarm about palm oil industry corruption

Takin’ out the trash: How do transnational waste traffickers operate?

Cambodia awards swath of national park forest to tycoon Ly Yong Phat’s son

Cambodian conglomerate sparks conflict in Botum Sakor National Park

Forests in the furnace: Cambodians risking life and liberty to fuel garment factories

Poverty-fueled deforestation of Nigerian reserve slashes hope for rare chimps

Palm oil giants face corruption charges as Indonesia probe widens

Landfill in Colombia continues to pollute protected wetlands despite court-ordered clean-up

NGOs urge continued sanctions against DRC mining giant Dan Gertler

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