Despite some progress, 30 million acres were lost last year, equating to the fourth-highest annual loss since 2001, a new report found.
Efforts to deal with the crisis are like “trying to put out a house fire with a teaspoon."
We stand at the brink of losing major species like Sumatran orangutans, and the widespread use of palm oil is partly to blame.
Attendees say this will be the first conference aimed at tackling deforestation from an interfaith perspective.
The 2020 Olympic host is facing calls to stop using suppliers accused of illegal logging on indigenous lands.
It shouldn't. Which is concerning because the country's largest national forest, and the world's most expansive temperate
Green is the New Orange this Halloween! Cincinnati Zoo helps consumers choose eeek-o-friendly sweets.
Buying certain kinds of candy for the army of sweet-seeking ghouls and boys that might show up at your house this Halloween
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While the Munduruku are working to get official recognition and the rights that come with it, the rest of us also have a
Government Manipulation and Resource Extraction Threaten Indigenous People's Sacred Bond With Nature in Ecuador
In work being published by Comparative Politics early in 2017, West and I found that Ecuador's indigenous people have stronger
In 2004, in war torn Rwanda, President Paul Kagame got approval of a quota of 30% women in Parliament. By 2012, the number
THE FIVE BEST HIKES IN DOMINICA If you arrive well before dark, you can easily hitch a ride back to town from the lake with
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From Venezuela to Brazil to Argentina, the political left is crumbling, raising real questions about the durability of South America's so-called "Pink Tide." In Caracas, the future of Chávez protégé Nicolás Maduro remains unclear amidst plunging world oil prices, rampant inflation, power shortages and scarcity of basic goods.
Credit: Sam Strickler/Shutterstock If huge old-growth trees are your thing, a visit the redwoods of northern California is
In my tent I contemplate what is happening in Africa. The students' grandparents used to see chimpanzees, elephants and numerous
Nature and Culture's approach to conservation is a California one. Engelhorn calls it entrepreneurial. It's the way he's used to doing business, and it may be changing the way well-intentioned gringos relate to Latin America and the rest of the world.
Great Bear is one of the last temperate rainforests on the planet.