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Unseen and unregulated: ‘Ghost’ roads carve up Asia-Pacific tropical forests

Forests in Vietnam’s Central Highlands at risk as development projects take priority

Maluku bone collector unearths troubling consequence of coastal abrasion

As fires ravaged Indonesia in 2023, some positive trends emerged, data show

Rewilding program ships eggs around the world to restore Raja Ampat zebra sharks

Island-building and overfishing wreak destruction of South China Sea reefs

Putting a value on Indonesia’s marine resources: Interview with Annisya Rosdiana & Heidi Retnoningtyas

Spotted softshell turtle release boosts reptile conservation in Vietnam

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

Indonesian court jails environmentalist for flagging illegal farms in marine park

‘The Javan tiger still exists’: DNA find may herald an extinct species’ comeback

Resort in Philippines’ protected Chocolate Hills sparks uproar, probes

Land tenure lesson from Laos for forest carbon projects (commentary)

Report shows dire state of Mekong’s fish — but damage can still be undone

DNA analysis of rare Philippine fruit dove sheds new light on a 70-year mystery

Cambodian official acquitted in trial that exposed monkey-laundering scheme

Indigenous Filipinos fight to protect biodiverse mountains from mining

Study identifies species with a long history but short future amid threats

Report links pulpwood estate clearing Bornean orangutan habitat to RGE Group

Smaller population estimate underscores urgency of saving Cao-vit gibbon

Biomass-burning coal plants leave the air even dirtier, Java communities say

Indonesian activists face jail over FB posts flagging damage to marine park

In Raja Ampat, pearl farming balances business and ecological sustainability

PalmWatch platform pushes for farm-to-fork traceability of palm oil

Culture of harassment persists for women in Southeast Asia’s conservation space

Irrawaddy dolphin death in Thailand’s Songkhla Lake underscores conservation needs

UN probes controversial forest carbon agreement in Malaysian Borneo

E-Sak Ka Ou Declaration underscores Indigenous rights as a conservation solution (commentary)

Mini radio tags help track ‘murder hornets’ and other invasive insects

Palm oil deforestation persists in Indonesia’s Leuser amid new mills, plantations

New report details rights abuses in Cambodia’s Southern Cardamom REDD+ project

Norway pension fund breaks with U.K. conglomerate Jardines over endangered orangutan habitat

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