In Kenya’s Rift Valley, rural communities are implementing agroforestry to respond to new challenges brought by climate change.
In the past five years, a group of miners from the Amazonas Region and Madre de Dios have destroyed about 20 hectares of forest, not including the constant contamination from the Pastacillo stream,
In the forests of the Potaro plateau of Guyana, scientists have discovered a bright blue tarantula that is likely new to science.
What happened on October 8 and 9 in Ecuador’s Río Blanco area was not entirely unexpected.
Repeated searches of markets on the dark web have found negligible trace of illegal wildlife products.
German and Singaporean business interests have been attempting to start a rare earth mine on northwestern Madagascar’s Ampasindava peninsula.
At COP23, the UN climate talks in Bonn, Germany that wrapped up last week, top cocoa-producing countries in West Africa announced new commitments to end the massive deforestation for cocoa that
A new study finds the world’s tropical forests may no longer be carbon sinks, with a net loss of 425 million tons of carbon from 2003 to 2014.
With an estimated population of less than 800, the newly described Tapanuli orangutan is already at risk of extinction due to habitat destruction and fragmentation.
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