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News | Declaring key ocean habitats off-limits to human activities protects biodiversity and guards against climate change (commentary) | Jaguars in Suriname’s protected parks remain vulnerable to poaching | Forest patches amid agriculture are key to orangutan survival: Study | ‘The river will bleed red’: Indigenous Filipinos face down dam projects | The perils of relying on high-tech networks in a warmer world (commentary) | ‘A disgrace’: Luxury housing plans threaten Cambodia’s Bokor National Park | Mystery bird not seen in 172 years makes surprise reappearance in Borneo forest | Why do zebras have stripes? Candid Animal Cam visits the Serengeti | We’re killing those tropical trees we’re counting on to absorb carbon dioxide | Human impacts leave reefs short on sharks and long on moray eels | Podcast: Is ecosystem restoration our last/best hope for a sustainable future? | The Kalunga digitally map traditional lands to save Cerrado way of life | Only 1 of 52 pilot whales survives mass stranding in Indonesia | Agroforestry and land reform give Brazil cacao farmers sweet taste of success | When seas turn rough, gleaning keeps the fish on the table for some communities | As Amazon forest-to-savanna tipping point looms, solutions remain elusive | Electronic ears listen to poachers in a key Central American jaguar habitat | “Securing Indigenous guardianship of vital ecosystems”: Q&A with Nia Tero CEO Peter Seligmann | On a Philippine volcano, an eruption-proof mouse rules the roost | New platform gathers data on Brazil’s disappearing Cerrado biome | Here goes nothing: Male spiders found giving females silk-wrapped zilch | Gold and diamonds fail to shine as drivers of Amazon development | ‘Everything on this planet is connected’: Q&A with WWF’s Marco Lambertini | Mongabay founder wins environmental journalism award | Madagascar: Young farmers adopt new methods to help lemurs, forests and themselves | Backing the stewards of biocultural diversity: Q&A with Indigenous rights leader Carla Fredericks | U.N. report lays out blueprint to end ‘suicidal war on nature’ | Study highlights ‘terrible’ signs of species decline from wildlife trade | Fake it till you save it? Synthetic animal parts pose a conservation conundrum | Philippine quarries under scrutiny after deadly mudflow buries homes | Calls for accountability after coal-slurry spill in Indonesian river | In Malaysian Borneo’s rainforests, powerful state governments set their own rules | A tale of two seas: Closed season is a mixed bag for Philippine sardines industry | Indonesian police may probe coal miners over deforestation-linked floods | Podcast: Where oh where are the Sumatran rhinos? | Big dream: NGO leads in creating 1,615-mile Amazon-Cerrado river greenbelt | Wasting away: Sea urchins suffer deformities from plastic chemicals | Indigenous community wins recognition of its land rights in Panama | In the fight to save the vaquita, conservationists take on cartels | European public roundly rejects Brazil trade deal unless Amazon protected | ‘A better world is within reach’: Q&A with Greenpeace’s Jennifer Morgan | Cat corridors between protected areas is key to survival of Cerrado’s jaguars | Grim toll from Indonesia’s abandoned mines may get even worse, report warns | Zero convictions as impunity blocks justice for victims of Brazil’s rural violence | As forests shrink, mammals are stressed out— with possible fallout for humans | More meat and playtime can calm your killer kitty | 500+ experts call on world’s nations to not burn forests to make energy | ‘Hungry’ palm oil, pulpwood firms behind Indonesia land-grab spike: Report | Researchers urge better protection as wetlands continue to vanish | As Bahamas offshore project falls flat, oil driller island-hops across Caribbean