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News | Mechanized destruction of Brazil’s Amazon is rising, but not inevitable | Award-winning community group in Sumatra cleans up lake | Experts, activists unite to blast Indonesia’s U-turn on sea sand exports | Warfare for wildlife: Q&A with Rosaleen Duffy | The political economy of the Pan Amazon | Can the EU’s deforestation law save Argentina’s Gran Chaco from soy? | U.S. conservation investment routed to eucalyptus expansion in Brazil’s Cerrado | Extreme reforestation: Baobab planters confront fires, loggers, cattle and more | Militarized conservation: Insecurity for some, security for others? (commentary) | Illegal fishing for fish meal widespread in Ecuador marine reserve | License to Log: Cambodian military facilitates logging on Koh Kong Krao and across the Cardamoms | Sumatra Indigenous community displaced by Samsung palm oil unit await justice | Citizens demand sustainable solution to haze crisis in northern Thailand | Boosted with fresh donations, Amazon Fund reboots stalled projects | Tap African knowledge and culture for Congo Basin forest conservation (commentary) | Soil carbon in urban parks important in fighting climate change, study shows | Global study of 71,000 animal species finds 48% are declining | Peatlands, Indonesia’s carbon trove, are mostly unprotected, study finds | Sumatra’s young primate whisperer brings bullhorn to macaque conservation | Latest environmentalist arrest shocks Vietnam’s battered civil society | ‘Shocking’ levels of pangolin deaths from electric fences (commentary) | Majority of Brazil’s Congress votes to restrict Indigenous land advances | Protected areas store a year’s worth of CO₂ emissions, study reveals | Spotlighting oil majors’ ‘ecocide’ of Niger Delta: Q&A with Michael J. Watts | Competing for rainforest conservation: Q&A with XPRIZE’s Kevin Marriott | Nearly 30% of all tree cover in Africa may be outside of forests, study says | Report: Forest-razing biomass plant in Indonesia got millions in green funds | The counterstrike: Brazilian Congress moves to block Lula’s environmental agenda | Drivers of environmental degradation in the Amazon | Indigenous land rights key to curbing deforestation and restoring lands: Study | Mongabay’s What-to-Watch list for June 2023 | Years of pioneering work make Brazil the model for reintroduction of jaguars | Indonesia eyes enrolling more ports in fight against illegal fishing | In Nepal, Chepang take up the challenge to revive their cultural keystone tree | The state of the Amazon: Chapter 1 of “A Perfect Storm” | Palm giants Wilmar, Indofood, RGE fined over Indonesian cooking oil shortage | Strong like an oak tree: Guardians of the Juanacatlán forest in Mexico | Bangladesh tries fences to tackle growing human-tiger conflict in Sundarbans | New index identifies marine reserves that are protected in theory only | U.S. says Mexico failed to uphold international treaty protecting vaquita porpoise | Shipibo communities create Indigenous guard to protect Peruvian Amazon from deforestation | Survival and economics complicate the DRC’s bushmeat and wild animal trade | Borders between Mercosur countries have become a hub for trafficking agrochemicals | Landmark Nepal court ruling ends impunity for wealthy wildlife collectors | In Senegal, rice intensification helps farmers grow more with less | Study: Snares claim another local extinction as Cambodia loses its leopards | In north Bangladesh, human-elephant conflicts signal need for greater protection | Woodpeckers for fire recovery? A new online tool tells you how | As one Indian Ocean tuna stock faces collapse, nations scramble to save others | Agro giants buy grains from farmers fined for using Indigenous land in Brazil