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News | Mongabay at 25: A Reflection on the Journey and Future | Bali’s rapid coastal erosion threatens island’s ecosystems & communities: Study | Forced evictions suppress Maasai spirituality & sacred spaces in Tanzania | The most prominent mining companies in the Pan Amazon – a review | ‘Water grabs’ pose big threat to farmers amid water crises | How agroecological cacao can save an endangered lion tamarin in southern Bahia | Indonesia’s Avatar sea nomads enact Indigenous rules to protect octopus | Sick chimps seek out medicinal plants to heal themselves, study finds | From the Amazon to the Himalayas, an invasive catfish makes its Nepal debut | Zambian forest reserve rebounds with a little assistance | Study: Female chimps that don’t leave their birth groups can still avoid inbreeding | Peru puts endemic fog oasis under protection | Revealed: Illegal cattle boom in Arariboia territory in deadliest year for Indigenous Guajajara | How effective is the EU’s marquee policy to reduce the illegal timber trade? | Sugarcane megaproject poses latest threat to Papua’s forests, communities | Photos: Exploring Mexico City’s Aztec-era farms, the chinampas | Indigenous people in the Amazon are helping to build bridges & save primates | Caught in the net: Unchecked shrimp farming transforms India’s Sundarbans | To conserve large landscapes like the Florida Wildlife Corridor, payments for ecosystem services could be key (commentary) | Beekeeping helps villagers tend coastal forests in Thai mangrove hotspot | If forests truly drive wind and water cycles, what does it mean for the climate? | Conservationists upbeat as zebra shark reintroduction in Raja Ampat gathers pace | Experts aim to protect one of Brazil’s giant emblematic tree species | Fraud and corruption drive illegal wildlife trade in the Amazon | Action plan to save West African vultures targets threat from belief-based use | UNESCO accused of supporting human rights abuses in African parks | In Indonesia’s Aceh, a once-isolated forest hosts local travelers on bamboo rafts | Nepal’s top engineering, forestry colleges to align on development and conservation | Using immersive media to strengthen support for the environment: An interview with Wendy Schmidt | Brazil’s BR-319 Highway: The latest maneuver to obtain approval for an environmental disaster (commentary) | Deforestation in Earth’s largest rainforest continues to plummet despite a rise in fires | Crowdsourcing eDNA for biodiversity monitoring: Interview with Kristy Deiner | Nepal’s legal barriers hinder genetic research, forcing scientists to improvise | Large birds can boost forest carbon storage — if deforestation doesn’t interfere | In Peru’s Madre de Dios, deforestation from mining brings huge economic losses | The harsh, dangerous gig of seizing thousands of illegal cattle in the Amazon | In Brazil, conservationists try to save one of the world’s most endangered cats | Brazilian Amazon ‘cattle laundering’ taints JBS & Frigol supply chains: Report | Know your salamander: To conserve amphibians, study their intelligence (commentary) | Ghost nets haunt marine life in Malaysian marine park, study finds | Solutions to avoid loss of environmental, social and governance investment | Ancient farming system and campesino livelihoods at risk in Mexico City | Death of Umi sparks concern over electric threat to Sumatran elephants | Better accounting of peat and mangrove carbon to help Indonesia’s climate policies | Efforts to save Cambodia’s coast tread water as fish stocks plummet | Indonesians mourn loss of Hariadi Kartodiharjo, beloved ‘father of governance’ | Burning wood is not ‘renewable energy,’ so why do policymakers pretend it is? | Icelandic government grants new license to whaling company to hunt 128 fin whales | Landmark ruling in Suriname grants protections to local and Indigenous communities — for now | In eastern Indonesia, forest bird trade flies quietly under social media radar