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News | Where Javan leopards thrive, so do other wildlife, study shows | Minerals for agricultural use in the Pan Amazon | Shaping the next generation of Indigenous rangers: Interview with Manni Edwards | Nepal’s shifting biodiversity research landscape: Interview with Karan Bahadur Shah | How Europe’s only Indigenous group is inspiring a greener Christianity | After 2-year wait, Sonoran wilderness protection law gets closer to reality | ‘A harmonious human-primate society’: Interview with Whitley winner Kuenzang Dorji | Ecuador’s Indigenous Cofán show how to have your turtle and eat it too | ‘Fungibility’ could sink Convention on Biodiversity’s funding mechanism Decision 15/9 (commentary) | Space mission that maps forests in 3D makes an early comeback | Report reveals widespread use of smuggled mercury in Amazon gold mining | Garifuna land rights abuses persist in Honduras, despite court ruling | To end turtle hunting, an African island state embraced the hunters | Thai tiger numbers swell as prey populations stabilize in western forests | Harnessing ‘invisible forests in plain view’ to reforest the world | ‘Extinct’ trees found in Tanzania sparks hope for ecosystem recovery | Loss of water means loss of culture for Mexico’s Indigenous Yaqui | African markets tackle food insecurity and climate change — but lack investment | A year after toxic tar sands spill, questions remain for affected First Nation | Institutional conflict puts successful Spix’s macaw reintroduction at risk | Loopholes allow multilateral development banks to fund captive coal in Indonesia: Report | Traditional foods have the potential to help Kashmir communities adapt to climate change: study | In a desertscape in Brazil, science brings farms to bountiful life | In Mexico City’s precolonial canals, scientists aim to save ancient salamanders | Women in Sierra Leone unite after devastating floods | Mongabay Sessions | Ugandan chimps are eating bat guano, raising concerns over human epidemics | Regions with highest risks to wildlife have fewest camera traps, study finds | Study to benchmark water quality finds key Amazon tributary in good shape | For ‘extinct’ Spix’s macaw, successful comeback is overshadowed by uncertainty | Sundarbans fisherfolk are battered by cyclones amid fishing bans | Conservation pays and everyone’s benefitting from it (commentary) | Jokowi’s religious mining rule divides Indonesia’s largest Islamic organization | Cambodia’s Funan Techo Canal project: A catalog of worries (analysis) | Let’s reduce poverty & deforestation via greater EUDR traceability requirements (commentary) | Industrial minerals in the Pan Amazon | Sumatra pulp & paper giants violate zero-deforestation pledge, activists allege | Java farmers vow to live under own steam as geothermal project falters | Panama’s ‘Caribbean Corridor’ highway threatens three protected areas, critics say | “Game over” for the Amazon forest and global climate if Trump wins? (commentary) | Shrimp farms threaten Mexico’s mangroves and the jaguars that inhabit them | After historic 2023 drought, Amazon communities brace for more in Brazil | In Peru, conservationists and archaeologists unite to save a threatened gecko | Indonesia’s oil palm smallholders get a boost in bid for sustainability | As aquaculture hits historic highs, let’s ensure sustainability is prioritized (commentary) | Frog ‘saunas’ may help threatened frogs fight off deadly fungus | Indigenous communities in Sarawak left in the dark about hydropower proposal | As drought parches Mexico, a Yaqui water defender fights for a sacred river | Allegations widen against Indonesian palm oil giant Astra Agro Lestari | Global migratory freshwater fish populations plummet by 81%: Report | Is ‘legal personhood’ a tool or a distraction for Māori relationships with nature?