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News | Mangrove photo contest winners reveal majesty of these coastal forests | Amazonian ecosystems and peoples on the brink – it is time for a new vision (commentary) | Beyond tree planting: When to let forests restore themselves | Drones are a knife in the gunfight against poaching. But they’re leveling up | Changes to global fisheries subsidies could level the playing field for traditional coastline communities | Math campus multiplies threats to Rio de Janeiro’s dwindling Atlantic Forest | As seizures of poached giant clams rise, links to ivory trade surface | Guatemala tightens cattle ranching rules, but can they stop deforestation? | Forest biomass-burning supply chain is producing major carbon emissions: Studies | Tanzanian gold miners ten times more likely to die from road injuries, study finds | 30×30 is not a one-size-fits-all biodiversity target (commentary) | Malaysia’s Indigenous Penan block roads to stop logging in Borneo | Podcast: Who benefits from resource extraction in DRC? | Deforestation threatens tree kangaroo habitat in Papua New Guinea | Inland mangroves reveal a tumultuous climatic past — and hint at our future | Biosurveillance of markets and legal wildlife trade needed to curb pandemic risk: Experts | Fate of Malaysian forests stripped of protection points to conservation stakes | Forests falling for cashew monocultures: A ‘repeated mistake’ in Côte d’Ivoire (commentary) | Donor agencies should ditch the club and embrace more locals (commentary) | Human influence on tropics predates Anthropocene, holds clues to current crisis | Wildlife releases have a mixed record, and climate change complicates things | Environmental defenders in Nicaragua denounce government crackdown as elections loom | To spot wild-caught birds in pet trade, researchers zoom into isotopic detail | ‘Kew Declaration’ unites experts on reforestation, aims at policymakers ahead of COP26 | To predict forest loss in protected areas, look at nearby unprotected forest | Advocates call for a new human rights-based approach to conservation | ‘Pristine wilderness’ without human presence is a flawed construct, study says | Fire and forest loss ignite concern for Brazilian Amazon’s jaguars | Indonesian park officials douse wildfire in Javan leopard habitat | Conservation will only scale when non-conservationists see its value, says James Deutsch | Follow the butterfly: Rediscovery of ‘extinct’ plants highlights Sri Lanka’s new red list | Indonesia urged to improve policies protecting fishing vessel workers | For some Indigenous, COVID presents possibility of cultural extinction, says Myrna Cunningham | Brazil farming co-op carves a sustainable path through agribusiness stronghold | Mixed signals from Gabon officials to villagers fighting to save a forest | On Indigenous Peoples’ Day, celebrating Earth’s unsung environmental stewards | In a sea of oil palms, even monitor lizards need islands of natural forest | Paper giants’ expansion plans raise fears of greater deforestation in Indonesia | Fires leave trail of dead wildlife, scorched land in Bolivia’s protected areas | Brazil reports increase in Amazon logging | Facebook to block illegal sales of protected Amazon rainforest lands | FOREST Act bill would hold global suppliers accountable for illegal deforestation | Hidden camera footage exposes bribery for palm oil in Papua New Guinea | Keep polar bears and their extensive range safe from oil drilling (Commentary) | Deep seabed mining is risky. If something goes wrong, who will pay for it? | Empowering Indigenous youths with tradition and tech: Q&A with Dawn Martin-Hill | High risk, low pay for DRC rangers entrusted to guard a gorilla sanctuary | The great Koh Kong land rush: Areas stripped of protection by Cambodian gov’t being bought up | Experts see no way back for NZ firm blocked from trying to mine the seabed | Can we save the bees? Absolutely. Let’s start with the native species (commentary)