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News | Mysterious, at risk, understudied flat-headed cat lacks conservation focus | In a village divided, farmers stall massive copper mine in Colombian Andes | Uzbekistan plants a forest where a sea once lay | New bill to expand farmlands in the Amazon may derail Brazil’s green efforts | Sustainability in the extractive industries is a paradox | Yucatán Peninsula’s hidden underground life tracks changes at the surface | Collar cameras shed light on quirky baboon diet | Marshallese worries span decades — first nuclear tests, now sea-level rise | Trial begins for Mother Nature Cambodia activists on conspiracy charge | Australian state fails on koala conservation while relying on faulty offset schemes, experts say | Honduran environmental defenders hit hard by human rights crisis, report says | Pressure grows on banks to end business with Indonesian coal giant Adaro | Ecuador’s Los Lobos narcotrafficking gang muscles in on illegal gold mining | On World Otter Day, an uphill struggle for these creatures in Nepal | A fishing community celebrates its right to manage a Brazilian state park | Mongabay investigation is turned into art for World Press Freedom Day event | Polar warning: Warming temperatures mean more than melted ice | What’s at stake for the environment in Mexico’s upcoming election? | As catches fall, Sierra Leone’s artisanal fishers turn to destructive practices | Exploring the science of Asian elephants: Interview with Sanjeeta Sharma Pokharel | Governments are ramping up actions to fight environmental crime across the Amazon, but is it working? (commentary) | Max sentence request for Javan rhino poacher too low, experts say | Cutting forests for solar energy ‘misses the plot’ on climate action (commentary) | Otter-preneurs: Female sea otters lead the way in tool use for survival | In Amazon’s tri-border Javari region, teens fall prey to drug gangs’ lure | In Brazil’s Cerrado, aquifers are losing more water than they can replace | Innovative Nepali PSA seeks emotional connection to save red pandas | 18 years on, how are sharks faring in French Polynesia’s shark sanctuary? | Collective effort monitors Amazon wildlife in heavily logged Brazil state | Fishers decry ‘underhanded’ new initiative to protect Mexico’s vaquita | Green credentials of electric vehicles come under fire | No mercy for overfished yellowfin tuna at Indian Ocean fisheries meeting | All conservation is local: Interview with Angolan conservationist Kerllen Costa | Tracing Africa’s ‘fading biological fingerprints’ in Angola’s threatened forests | Bangladesh to formalize fire mitigation plans for Sundarbans as burning risk rises | Messengers of the gods: Nara’s ‘sacred’ deer at a conservation crossroads | Are carbon credits another resource-for-cash grab? Interview with Alondra Cerdes Morales & Samuel Nguiffo | Indonesian activist freed in hate speech case after flagging illegal shrimp farms | Chile to protect some salt flats, but selection lacks data, scientists say | Will the Mekong and Salween pay the price of China’s energy transition? | ‘Right to roam’ movement fights to give the commons back to the public | Guyana road projects spark concerns for future development on wetlands | Report ranks 60+ ideas, including geoengineering, to save the Arctic | As coffee expands in Bangladesh hills, conservationists worry about ecosystems | Global markets and their effects on resource exploitation in the Pan Amazon | Beyond deforestation, oil palm estates pose flood and water contamination risks | Top brands buy Amazon carbon credits from suspected timber laundering scam | Critics see payback in Indonesia’s plan to grant mining permits to religious groups | A forest restoration project brings birdsong back to Angola’s highest mountain | Can the circular economy help the Caribbean win its war against waste?