Forest degradation News

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In a desertscape in Brazil, science brings farms to bountiful life

Hydropower dams further undermine REDD+ efforts in Cambodia

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

All conservation is local: Interview with Angolan conservationist Kerllen Costa

Tracing Africa’s ‘fading biological fingerprints’ in Angola’s threatened forests

A forest restoration project brings birdsong back to Angola’s highest mountain

Protected areas bear the brunt as forest loss continues across Cambodia

Tropical forest loss puts 2030 zero-deforestation target further out of reach

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

Reforestation of Indonesia’s new capital city stumped by haphazard planting

‘Immense body of knowledge’ at stake in Cambodia’s Prey Lang as deforestation soars

Vizzuality data set aims to give companies full view of supply chain impacts

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

Report alleges APP continues deforestation 10 years after pledge to stop

Forest conservation ‘off-track’ to halt deforestation by 2030: New report

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

‘Wasn’t us,’ fire-hit Indonesia claims as Malaysia chokes on poor air quality

Indonesian children locked out of school as El Niño haze chokes parts of Sumatra & Kalimantan

Logging route cut into Cambodia’s Prey Lang from Think Biotech’s concession

In Sumatra’s Jambi, community forest managers fish to protect peatlands

Cameroon government again opens way for logging in Ebo Forest

Sulawesi sea nomads who inspired Avatar movie chart new course saving forests

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

‘What we need to protect and why’: 20-year Amazon research hints at fate of tropics

Indonesia claims record-low deforestation, but accounting raises questions

Forests in the furnace: Cambodia’s garment sector is fueled by illegal logging

Report links paper giant RGE to Indonesia deforestation despite pledges

Sounds of the soil: A new tool for conservation?

Can community payments with no strings attached benefit biodiversity?

License to Log: Cambodian military facilitates logging on Koh Kong Krao and across the Cardamoms

New research finds slow forest recovery in the Andes — and ways to improve

High-carbon peat among 1,500 hectares cleared for Indonesia’s food estate

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