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Madagascar’s frog haven: rich, underexplored, threatened

March 4, 2015
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Last ditch: Mexico finally gets serious about saving the vaquita

March 4, 2015
Last ditch: Mexico finally gets serious about saving the vaquita

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Researchers, locals work together to save Ethiopia's 'church forests'

March 3, 2015
Researchers, locals work together to save Ethiopia's 'church forests'

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Colombia proposes protected corridor across South America

March 3, 2015
Colombia proposes protected corridor across South America

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Employing shame for environmental change

March 3, 2015
Employing shame for environmental change

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Police investigate villager's murder in pulp and paper concession

March 2, 2015
Police investigate villager's murder in pulp and paper concession

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How the Sahara keeps the Amazon rainforest going

March 2, 2015
How the Sahara keeps the Amazon rainforest going

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Giant panda population rises by nearly 17 percent

March 2, 2015
Giant panda population rises by nearly 17 percent

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Weak sustainability policy presents financial risk for Malaysian palm oil giant, says report

February 27, 2015

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Biofuels are bad news for forests, climate, food security, says report

February 27, 2015
Biofuels are bad news for forests, climate, food security, says report

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Reports slam Malaysian timber companies, urge reforms in forest management

February 27, 2015
Reports slam Malaysian timber companies, urge reforms in forest management

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Researchers propose improvements for Peru's protected areas

February 26, 2015
Researchers propose improvements for Peru's protected areas

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China bans carved ivory imports

February 26, 2015

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Jokowi's environmental commitments in Indonesia

February 26, 2015
Jokowi's environmental commitments in Indonesia

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One of Brazil’s rarest primates still holds out in single patch of rainforest

February 26, 2015
One of Brazil’s rarest primates still holds out in single patch of rainforest

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Photos: Amur leopard population hits at least 65

February 26, 2015
Photos: Amur leopard population hits at least 65

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To keep big cats out, use a cat door

February 26, 2015
To keep big cats out, use a cat door

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Reports blame illegal logging for felling Sarawak forest

February 25, 2015
Reports blame illegal logging for felling Sarawak forest

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Brazil arrests 'Amazon's biggest destroyer'

February 25, 2015

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Cambodia deports activist leader…then suspends controversial dam

February 25, 2015

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Rainforest loss increased in the 2000s, concludes new analysis

February 25, 2015
Rainforest loss increased in the 2000s, concludes new analysis

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Study finds Peru's protected areas aren't where they should be

February 25, 2015
Study finds Peru's protected areas aren't where they should be

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Protected areas receive 8 billion visits a year, but still underfunded

February 25, 2015
Protected areas receive 8 billion visits a year, but still underfunded

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Partnering for conservation benefits Tacana people, Bolivian park

February 25, 2015
Partnering for conservation benefits Tacana people, Bolivian park

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$7 million could save lemurs from extinction

February 25, 2015
$7 million could save lemurs from extinction

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Cunning carnivorous plants catch more prey by letting some go

February 24, 2015
Cunning carnivorous plants catch more prey by letting some go

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Santander Bank cuts off APRIL due to deforestation

February 24, 2015

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Could big data turn us into ocean protectors instead of abusers?

February 24, 2015
Could big data turn us into ocean protectors instead of abusers?

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Critically endangered bird gets new addition to its reserve

February 24, 2015
Critically endangered bird gets new addition to its reserve

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Locals lead scientists to new population of near-extinct reptile

February 24, 2015
Locals lead scientists to new population of near-extinct reptile

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Sting operation nets tiger poachers

February 23, 2015

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New Guinea rainforest being leveled for palm oil, revealing gaps in zero deforestation pacts

February 23, 2015
New Guinea rainforest being leveled for palm oil, revealing gaps in zero deforestation pacts

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Outgoing government wipes hard drives, slowing environmental progress in Peru

February 23, 2015
Outgoing government wipes hard drives, slowing environmental progress in Peru

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Are small-scale hydro projects always greener?

February 23, 2015
Are small-scale hydro projects always greener?

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Bison-sized rodent may have used teeth like elephant tusks

February 23, 2015

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Happy World Pangolin Day. What are we celebrating?

February 21, 2015
Happy World Pangolin Day. What are we celebrating?

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Scientists sound the alarm on African palm oil investment

February 20, 2015
Scientists sound the alarm on African palm oil investment

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Study finds local technicians effective at forest monitoring

February 20, 2015
Study finds local technicians effective at forest monitoring

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Dams or indigenous land: the battle over the Munduruku frontier

February 20, 2015
Dams or indigenous land: the battle over the Munduruku frontier

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Assessing carbon stock value of forests is tricky business, study finds

February 19, 2015
Assessing carbon stock value of forests is tricky business, study finds

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Illicit timber feeds Indonesia’s industrial forestry sector, alleges new report

February 19, 2015
Illicit timber feeds Indonesia’s industrial forestry sector, alleges new report

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Authorities catch kingpin responsible for killing 20 rhinos

February 19, 2015
Authorities catch kingpin responsible for killing 20 rhinos

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Biodiversity may reduce the threat of disease

February 19, 2015
Biodiversity may reduce the threat of disease

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Exclusive: Funai confirms that land threatened by dam projects belongs to indigenous tribe

February 19, 2015
Exclusive: Funai confirms that land threatened by dam projects belongs to indigenous tribe

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Selective logging causes long-term changes to forest structure

February 18, 2015
Selective logging causes long-term changes to forest structure

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Scientists uncover new seadragon

February 18, 2015
Scientists uncover new seadragon

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Chinese banks funding rainforest destruction in Indonesia

February 18, 2015

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Brazilian indigenous populations grow quickly after first contact devastation

February 18, 2015

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Half of Indonesia's deforestation occurs outside concession areas

January 6, 2015
Half of Indonesia's deforestation occurs outside concession areas

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Two vanishing prairie butterflies added to the Endangered Species Act

January 5, 2015
Two vanishing prairie butterflies added to the Endangered Species Act

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Featured video: new documentary highlights 'Sumatra Burning'

January 5, 2015

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Rainforests: 10 things to watch in 2015

January 2, 2015
Rainforests: 10 things to watch in 2015

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Most popular environmental news stories in 2014

December 31, 2014
Most popular environmental news stories in 2014

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Monkey sleep, monkey do: how primates choose their trees

December 31, 2014
Monkey sleep, monkey do: how primates choose their trees

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Activists call out 'one of the worst actors in pulp and paper'

December 30, 2014
Activists call out 'one of the worst actors in pulp and paper'

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Top 10 camera trap photos of animals

December 30, 2014
Top 10 camera trap photos of animals

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2014: the year in rainforests

December 30, 2014
2014: the year in rainforests

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Rat eradication needed to save seabird colony

December 30, 2014
Rat eradication needed to save seabird colony

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Meet Biofaces: the Facebook for wildlife enthusiasts

December 30, 2014
Meet Biofaces: the Facebook for wildlife enthusiasts

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Young journalists win prizes for environmental reporting

December 30, 2014
Young journalists win prizes for environmental reporting

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Endangered mussel still harvested for food in Laos

December 29, 2014
Endangered mussel still harvested for food in Laos

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Camera traps capture rare footage of wild bonobos (video)

December 29, 2014
Camera traps capture rare footage of wild bonobos (video)

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Top 10 HAPPY environmental stories of 2014

December 29, 2014
Top 10 HAPPY environmental stories of 2014

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Indonesia's silent wildlife killer: hunting

December 26, 2014
Indonesia's silent wildlife killer: hunting

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Connecting the Dots: from Christmas Cookies to Climate Change

December 26, 2014
Connecting the Dots: from Christmas Cookies to Climate Change

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Scientists rediscover Critically Endangered streamside frog in Costa Rica

December 26, 2014
Scientists rediscover Critically Endangered streamside frog in Costa Rica

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Favorite nature and wildlife photos from 2014

December 24, 2014
Favorite nature and wildlife photos from 2014

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Ecuador sends aid money back to Germany over planned rainforest visit

December 23, 2014

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Palawan palm oil presence likely to grow, industry rep denies harmful impact

December 23, 2014
Palawan palm oil presence likely to grow, industry rep denies harmful impact

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Advocacy group lashes out against palm oil expansion on Philippine island

December 23, 2014
Advocacy group lashes out against palm oil expansion on Philippine island

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How a frog with a strange name is helping improve conservation in Brazil

December 23, 2014
How a frog with a strange name is helping improve conservation in Brazil

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Conservation conflicting with local ways of life in Mexican reserve

December 23, 2014
Conservation conflicting with local ways of life in Mexican reserve

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Top 10 Environmental Stories of 2014

December 23, 2014
Top 10 Environmental Stories of 2014

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Child labor and palm oil in Indonesia

December 23, 2014
Child labor and palm oil in Indonesia

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Greenpeace: zero deforestation pioneer makes progress, but still has work to do

December 22, 2014
Greenpeace: zero deforestation pioneer makes progress, but still has work to do

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Shifting attitudes may help endangered wild dogs in Thailand

December 22, 2014
Shifting attitudes may help endangered wild dogs in Thailand

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The biggest new species discoveries in 2014 (photos)

December 22, 2014
The biggest new species discoveries in 2014 (photos)

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Genetics study sheds light on Chile’s most endangered bird

December 22, 2014
Genetics study sheds light on Chile’s most endangered bird

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Edited Reality: What I Learned from Filming Eaten Alive

December 22, 2014
Edited Reality: What I Learned from Filming Eaten Alive

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Pictures: the top new animal discoveries of 2014

December 20, 2014
Pictures: the top new animal discoveries of 2014

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125M ha of degraded lands identified for forest-friendly agricultural expansion

December 19, 2014
125M ha of degraded lands identified for forest-friendly agricultural expansion

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Puerto Rico's only native toad bounces back from edge of extinction

December 19, 2014
Puerto Rico's only native toad bounces back from edge of extinction

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Impacts of deforestation on Amazonian river ecosystems could be far-reaching

December 18, 2014
Impacts of deforestation on Amazonian river ecosystems could be far-reaching

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Plant wars: some tree species compete better against grasses for reforestation

December 18, 2014
Plant wars: some tree species compete better against grasses for reforestation

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Tropical deforestation could disrupt rainfall globally

December 18, 2014
Tropical deforestation could disrupt rainfall globally

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Enough for an elephant: why are Cameroon's elephants raiding fields?

December 18, 2014
Enough for an elephant: why are Cameroon's elephants raiding fields?

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Ocelots live in super densities on Barro Colorado Island

December 18, 2014

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Amazonian peatlands store mega carbon

December 17, 2014

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Saving the world's rarest primate: can it be done?

December 17, 2014
Saving the world's rarest primate: can it be done?

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When predators attack, plants grow fewer thorns

December 17, 2014
When predators attack, plants grow fewer thorns

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Deforestation taking toll on nesting birds in Cameroon

December 17, 2014
Deforestation taking toll on nesting birds in Cameroon

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Google Earth used to identify environmentally important termite mounds

December 17, 2014

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Scientists reintroduce agoutis in rainforest in city of 12 million

December 17, 2014
Scientists reintroduce agoutis in rainforest in city of 12 million

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Success of 'land sparing' will depend on global economics, regulations

December 16, 2014
Success of 'land sparing' will depend on global economics, regulations

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Forests could be a thrifty way to fight ozone pollution

December 16, 2014
Forests could be a thrifty way to fight ozone pollution

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New mapping technique sheds light on dry forests

December 16, 2014
New mapping technique sheds light on dry forests

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Hunting is a greater threat than logging for most wildlife in Borneo

December 16, 2014
Hunting is a greater threat than logging for most wildlife in Borneo

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Palm oil facilitates large-scale illegal logging in Indonesia

December 16, 2014
Palm oil facilitates large-scale illegal logging in Indonesia

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Growth of forests may not be keeping pace with rising CO2 levels

December 15, 2014
Growth of forests may not be keeping pace with rising CO2 levels

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Then there were five: rhino death moves species closer to extinction

December 15, 2014

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