Is palm oil in all kinds of chocolate? And why is it so bad for the environment?
Periods of 'exceptional danger' could rise to four days per year on average by 2080.
A new controversial study claims that cutting down trees might have the opposite effect on global warming.
Tackling climate change without changing biomass rules is like "trying to bail out a boat with a hole in the bottom".
A set of photos show the Guajajara people working hard to protect the Amazon rainforest in Brazil.
We look into whether the plant-based textile is as sustainable as the fashion industry has led us to believe.
The country made some bold decisions about how to spend its money.
There are questions about whether planting trees is always the best option.
NGOs fear that tree planting often leads to "greenwashing" by corporations and governments and distracts from the real effort to stop the burning of fossil fuels.
A community-led programme in the Maya Biosphere Reserve is revolutionising how we think about conservation.
Their home in the Atlantic forest is the most endangered rainforest in Brazil.
It's not the usual place you might expect to find it.