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Tropical forests rebound on farm land blessedly fast
Trees are springing back up all on their own.
World leaders promise to end deforestation. Is that even possible?
Protecting the world's forests is crucial for combating climate change, but agreeing on how to do so is tricky.
The fight to stop the next pandemic starts in the jungles of Borneo
A conservation-minded healthcare model could provide a blueprint to stop diseases from making the deadly leap between wildlife and people.
A pandemic-created ‘gold rush’ in the Amazon is destroying Indigenous lands
COVID-19 chaos boosted gold prices, which intensified mining on Amazon’s Indigenous lands.
Protecting nature could prevent the next pandemic
Doing so is a lot cheaper than responding to disease outbreaks when they happen.
South America’s second-largest forest is burning, just like the Amazon
With the beef and charcoal industries on the rise, the future of the Chaco and its indigenous residents is looking less bright.
Fires in the Amazon have given us a lot to worry about, but the Earth’s oxygen supply isn’t one of them
Here's where our O2 really comes from.
This killer belt of seaweed stretches all the way across the Atlantic
And we finally know why it exists.
Europe’s ban on palm oil might actually hurt the environment
There are better ways to save Asian rainforests.
Brazil’s new president plans to plunder the Amazon, which is bad news for all of us
Deforestation could be devastating for indigenous peoples—and for the whole planet.