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News | As COP26 looms and tropical deforestation soars, REDD+ debate roars on | Bills before Brazil Congress slammed for rewarding Amazon land grabbers | South Korea faces a public reckoning for financing coal plants in Indonesia | ‘Complete turnaround’: Philippines’ Duterte lifts ban on new mining permits | Cambodia puts its arduous titling process for Indigenous land up for review | Sea turtles under threat as Indian government weighs development in Andaman Islands | Despite flaws, commodity eco-labels contribute to sustainability (commentary) | Philippine province builds on lessons learned to grow ecotourism industry | Island species and endemics will bear brunt if warming exceeds 3°C: Study | Did you know that northern tamanduas may eat up to 9,000 insects per day? Candid Animal Cam | Recognizing the true guardians of the forest: Q&A with David Kaimowitz | Belgium bans biofuels made from palm oil, soy | JPMorgan Chase expanding deforestation policies under shareholder pressure | Landmark decision: Brazil Supreme Court sides with Indigenous land rights | ‘We’re at a tipping point with coal’: Q&A with Bloomberg’s Antha Williams | Farmers move to occupy a critical elephant corridor in Sri Lanka | New palm oil frontier sparks scramble for land in the Brazilian Amazon | The world needs a food movement based on agroecology and equity (commentary) | Indonesia’s net-zero emissions goal not ambitious enough, activists say | ‘We are made invisible’: Brazil’s Indigenous on prejudice in the city | An Amazonian arapaima washed up in a Florida river. It didn’t swim there | European tuna boats dump fishing debris in Seychelles waters ‘with impunity’ | Intimidation of Brazil’s enviro scientists, academics, officials on upswing | Red flag: Predatory European ships help push Indian Ocean tuna to the brink | Podcast: Though humanity exceeds key ‘planetary boundaries’ there are many solutions | Captive lions kept in ‘stressful conditions’ create perfect recipe for disease, experts say | As Brazil’s military pulls out of the Amazon, its legacy is in question | Civil society’s push to advance conservation in China: Q&A with Jinfeng Zhou | Reveling in complexity: Remembering a man who ‘truly lived’ conservation (commentary) | Mongabay’s most popular articles in March 2021 | Government inaction prompts voluntary REDD+ carbon credit boom in Brazil | ‘Opening the lid’ on toilet innovation: Q&A with author Chelsea Wald | Beef giant JBS vows to go deforestation-free — 14 years from now | “Activism gives you hope”: Q&A with Wallace Global Fund’s Ellen Dorsey | Spiny new chameleon species described from Bale Mountains of Ethiopia | Australia’s pivot to plantations may be too late for nearly extinct parrots | Helping Papuans protect Indonesia’s last frontier: Q&A with Bustar Maitar | Life and new limbs: Creative thinking, 3D printers save injured wildlife | Palm oil waste is latest item declared non-hazardous by Indonesia | Java’s mangroves pay a high price for stopping plastic flowing out to sea | Frustration over light penalties for coal mine that polluted Indonesian river | In Malaysia, the fate of a peat forest hinges on a powerful state official | Deforestation rises in Colombia’s Chiribiquete National Park as cattle invade | Empowering Indigenous peoples crucial to climate, biodiversity crises: Study | Exposing organized crime in the Amazon: Q&A with Robert Muggah of the Igarapé Institute | Rare captive-bred crocodiles develop new, ‘odd’ habits in Philippine wild | Drinking coffee in the U.S.? Worry about forests in Vietnam, study says | Coffee sustainability check: Q&A with Sjoerd Panhuysen of Coffee Barometer report | Two new species of endangered screech owls identified from Brazil | Cerrado’s maned wolves, squeezed by humans, may be picking up mange from dogs