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Industrial minerals in the Pan Amazon

Sumatra pulp & paper giants violate zero-deforestation pledge, activists allege

Java farmers vow to live under own steam as geothermal project falters

Panama’s ‘Caribbean Corridor’ highway threatens three protected areas, critics say

“Game over” for the Amazon forest and global climate if Trump wins? (commentary)

Shrimp farms threaten Mexico’s mangroves and the jaguars that inhabit them

After historic 2023 drought, Amazon communities brace for more in Brazil

Indonesia’s oil palm smallholders get a boost in bid for sustainability

As aquaculture hits historic highs, let’s ensure sustainability is prioritized (commentary)

Frog ‘saunas’ may help threatened frogs fight off deadly fungus

As drought parches Mexico, a Yaqui water defender fights for a sacred river

Allegations widen against Indonesian palm oil giant Astra Agro Lestari

Is ‘legal personhood’ a tool or a distraction for Māori relationships with nature?

Africa’s great ape sanctuaries are feeling the heat from climate change

It’s the bee’s needs: Study finds best plants for bee health, conservation

As logging booms in Suriname, forest communities race to win land rights

How philanthropy in Asia is evolving

French Polynesians revive traditional rāhui to protect fish — and livelihoods

Climate surprises: Amazonia and the lessons of Brazil’s catastrophic flood in Rio Grande do Sul (commentary)

For the first time ever, we’re farming more seafood than we’re catching: FAO

Brazil’s new pro-agribusiness pesticide law threatens Amazon biodiversity

Mother Nature Cambodia activists sentenced to prison — again

As the world burns, can we learn to live with wildfire health risks?

The Wixárika community’s thirteen-year legal battle to stop mining in their sacred territory

Protected areas benefit nature & people, study says — with caveats

Study says 40% of Amazon region is potentially conserved — more than officially recorded

The health impacts of escalating megafires are everyone’s problem

BASF, Eramet drop $2.6b Indonesian nickel project that threatens isolated tribe

‘It is indeed our problem’: Interview with Mário Soares on Brazil’s mangroves

Indonesia must integrate marine protection with fisheries subsidies, study says

Sweeping reform package threatens environmental protections in Argentina, critics say

Study: A third of Africa’s great apes at risk from mining of transition metals

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