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Global Witness' dataset on a decade of murders must lead to strong EU legislation to regulate harmful corporate behaviour, says UN Special Rapporteur.
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It’s hoped that identifying the reptiles will help reverse their fortunes and protect the country’s diminishing cloud forest.
Forest fires and illegal deforestation devastate the Brazilian Amazon
Fires in the Brazilian Amazon increased 18 per cent compared to last year, while deforestation is at a record high, according to Greenpeace Brazil.
Prince William charity invests with bank tied to dirty fuels
Prince William's conservation charity invests in companies tied to fossil fuels and palm oil.
Hungarians protest looser logging rules to tackle energy crunch
The government has said that logging will only be ramped up in the case of an emergency.
How the tobacco industry is sending Zimbabwe’s forests up in smoke
Around 60,000 hectares of forests are burnt every year to cure tobacco, as farmers lack the space to grow their own trees.
Europe's rubber demand poses big threat to African forests, NGO says
The "EU demand for rubber is the most important contributor to Europe’s deforestation footprint across West and Central Africa," Global Witness says.
Amazon groups offered mediation in supermarket deforestation row
It is the first time a French supermarket chain has been taken to court over deforestation and the loss of land and livelihood.
Dom Phillips: Why is the Amazon rainforest dangerous for journalists?
British journalist Dom Phillips has been missing in the Amazon rainforest with his guide since Sunday - but there’s more to the story than you might think.
Why is this man still living in a tree under the Eiffel Tower?
Thomas Brail is protecting trees that were planted by Napoleon Bonaparte’s government.
Big tobacco is one of the world’s ‘biggest polluters’, says WHO
The tobacco industry has a devastating impact on the environment and some experts say it’s time to start treating it like the oil companies.
Will Colombia's next president finally put the environment first?
Gustavo Petro is the current frontrunner for the Colombian Presidential election.
Army of seed-firing drones will plant 100 million trees by 2024
Meet the company using drones to combat biodiversity loss.
What is COP15 and how is it addressing climate migration?
At a UN conference in Cote d'Ivoire, 196 countries are looking for solutions to the land degradation, deforestation and desertification that are fueling food insecurity and climate migration.
Is fermented mushroom ‘meat’ the solution to our beef addiction?
Replacing 20 per cent of beef with a fungi substitute could halve deforestation, a new study shows.
Illegal loggers in Vietnam train as jungle tour guides
Illegal loggers in Vietnam are getting a chance at an honest living, thanks to one adventure tourism company.
6 simple ways to free your daily habits from deforestation
Up to 15 billion trees are lost every year. How can we do more to protect them in our everyday lives?
Your pension is fuelling deforestation, a shocking new report reveals
The Make My Money Matter campaign has revealed that £2 (€2.40) in every £10 (€12.01) of an average British pension, is linked to the destruction of forest areas across the globe.
French man donates most of his €200m lottery win ‘to save the planet’
The winner of France’s second-largest EuroMillions jackpot ever has dedicated most of the sum to protecting the planet.
What's the difference between rewilding and reforesting?
As the latest IPCC report stresses the need to remove carbon from our atmosphere as soon as possible, some are calling for more natural solutions.
Greenpeace activists scale EU building in protest at deforestation
The bloc's environment ministers were meeting in Brussels to discuss deforestation-free imports.
Thousands protest against Bolsonaro's anti-environment bills in Brazil
"Brazil is at a crossroads. Amazon deforestation is out of control, violence against Indigenous people has increased."
EU's mega-rich found to be fuelling the illegal 'blood timber' trade
EU regulators are supposed to prevent the import of illegal timber into the EU. But traders are still finding ways to get round the rules.
Why is no one talking about the surge in forest growth in Europe?
Growth of European woodland seems to be an exception to the ongoing international deforestation crisis, but political challenges related to global forestry are greater than tree planting.
Avocados are bringing ‘violence and blood’ to this Mexican town
The people of this Mexican town took matters into their own hands to protect their land from avocado growers.
The US will thin forests near neighbourhoods to stop deadly wildfires
The 10 year plan is about saving lives over acres, but critics warn the country can't burn its way out of the climate crisis.