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News | Easing of crackdown sees Vietnam boats encroach into Indonesian waters | That ‘killer’ spider story you read online? Fake news, most probably | Researchers compile largest-ever photo database of Amazon wildlife | A whiz and a buzz: Bee attacks at Sri Lanka rock fortress point to need for toilets | The price of oil spills in Peru and Colombia? Millions of dollars in fines | In Singapore, a forensics lab wields CSI-like tech against wildlife traffickers | Drivers of Colombia’s peacetime deforestation weave a complex web | Cambodia: Development threatens a last refuge of wildlife rescued from illegal trade (commentary) | Results from mining tax for reforestation in the DRC leave more questions than answers | Conflict over resources in Kenya hits deadly highs with firearms in play | As biomass burning surges in Japan and South Korea, where will Asia get its wood? | 9m deaths a year from pollution, the ‘largest existential threat’ to humans | In Bangladesh, a community comes together to save a life-giving forest | Slick operator: Indonesian cooking oil probe may spread to biodiesel industry | Podcast: Vandana Shiva on the agroecology solution for the climate, biodiversity crisis and hunger | EU Parliament’s Environment Committee urges scale back of biomass burning | Indigenous group and locals sign agreement to protect sustainable livelihoods and culture | Open-pit mining ban lifted in Philippine province, clearing way for copper project | Spotted hyenas adapt to climate change in famed Tanzanian park | Study: Breeding adaptations help tree frogs thrive in different climates | Ivory from at least 150 poached elephants seized in the DRC raid | Illegal mining footprint swells nearly 500% inside Brazil Indigenous territories | ‘Wildlife-friendly’ infrastructure rules in Nepal and India ignore the birds | ‘It’s just a bird’: Online platforms selling lesser-known Indonesian species | From victims to claimants: Mobilizing the IPCC Assessment for climate justice (commentary) | Scientists uncover widespread declines of raptors in Kenya | In Brazil’s Amazon, Quilombolas fight the erasure of their African heritage | Oil exploration in DR Congo peatland risks forests, climate and local communities | To conserve the vibrant diversity of Central Africa’s forests, include Indigenous people (commentary) | Environment award stokes urge to save Indonesia’s karst landscape | Indigenous village harvests seeds to slow deforestation in Brazil’s Cerrado | Ousted anti-mining mayor heads back to Philippine city hall after landslide win | Ugandan court hands Congolese parrot trafficker seven-year jail sentence | New investigation links chicken supply chains in Europe to Indigenous rights abuses in Brazil | Pasture replaces large tract of intact primary forest in Brazilian protected area | Release the cats: Training native species to fear invasive predators | In Brazilian Amazon, Indigenous lands stop deforestation and boost recovery | Slender-snouted crocodile savior: Q&A with Whitley Award winner Emmanuel Amoah | Small-island fishers petition Indonesian president to end coastal dredging | As tiger numbers in Nepal and India grow, their freedom to roam shrinks | Wage-related abuses in fishing industry exacerbated by pandemic response | ‘The wheels came off’: South Africa court nixes coal mine extension | Geoengineering Earth’s climate future: Straight talk with Wake Smith | ‘Bring back burning culture’ to save seabirds: Q&A with Wudjari ranger Jennell Reynolds | Malawi steps up action against illegal charcoal trade (analysis) | Training on pasture recovery is a win-win for Brazil’s cattle ranchers and forests | Banks bet big on coal in Indonesia, bucking global shift away from fossil fuel | China-funded dam could disrupt key Argentine glaciers and biodiversity | Conservation win for Bangladesh as efforts to halt vulture decline pay off | Indonesia cancels fisheries infrastructure projects in Maluku region amid lack of funds