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Taller, Older Trees Fare Better During Amazon Droughts, Study Finds

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Droughts arent usually a problem for rainforests, which, as their name implies, are generally typified by lots of precipitation. But in the past few years, there?s been a noticeable drying trend in parts of the Amazon, one that scientists fear will o ...

Dutch Support Soy Transport Mega Project, Posing Major Risk To Amazon

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BRAZIL - "Brazil and the Netherlands share a special history," said Brigit Gijsbers, director of maritime affairs from the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment, at the start of a speech given in the city of Belem near the mouth of the Amazon River ...

Tanzanias Biggest Wildlife Reserve Under Threat

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TANZANIA - Despite major backlash from conservationists, the Tanzanian government plans to start building a hydropower dam inside a UNESCO-protected wildlife reserve this July. More than 2.6 million trees face the chop. ...

Illegal Loggers Cook The Books To Harvest Amazons Most Valuable Tree

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BRAZIL - Brazils Ipe tree is one of the most valuable tree species in the world, and a chief target for illicit deforestation, with primary export markets for its illegally harvested timber especially found in the U.S. and Europe. ...

Scientists Tackling Conservation Problems Turn To Artificial Intelligence

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New technologies are generating far more information than ever before to help scientists assess and predict the health and behavior of species and ecosystems, as well as the threats they face. ...

Lessons For Developing Countries In Expansion Of Madagascars Protected Area Network

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MADAGASCAR - Developing countries worldwide are expanding their protected area networks, and a recent paper that examines how Madagascar greatly expanded its own protected area system over the past decade and a half may have valuable lessons for how they should p ...

Paradise Lost: Why The Road To Indias Cleanest Village Is Lined With Garbage

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INDIA - Paradise lost: Why the road to India?s cleanest village is lined with garbage. ...

The destruction of nature in S. Sumatra has given rise to a criminal generation

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INDONESIA - While many have been surprised to read recent media reports of ATM break-ins and other criminal activity by villagers from Tulungselapan in Ogan Komiring Ilir district, South Sumatra province, it is not just theft and vandalism that is a problem. The ...

Greenpeace Disowns Paper Giant Over Deforestation Allegations

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INDONESIA - Recent findings of deforestation by two companies with ties to the Sinar Mas Group and its pulp and paper arm, Asia Pulp & Paper (APP), have led Greenpeace to end its engagement with the Indonesian conglomerate. ...

Attack Of The Turtles: Ruralists Assault Environmental Laws, Amazon

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BRAZIL - The jabuti (the red-footed tortoise or Chelonoidis carbonarius) is an animal that appears in surprising places, according to rural Brazilians, who say you can even find it stranded in a treetop, carried there by floodwaters. It is for this reason tha ...

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