Nearly 3,000 trees are to be felled during the construction of oil and gas pipelines in northeast India, in protected areas that are home to endangered species such as the western hoolock gibbon and white-winged duck.
Analysis: Coal extraction in Indonesia is driving deforestation
Experts call for stronger land use planning as the extent of Indonesian forest loss is revealed.
Climate hopes from Brazil as Lula defeats Bolsonaro
The lungs of the Earth can breathe a sigh of relief as Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva defeats Jair Bolsonaro in the Brazilian election.
Analysis: How Costa Rica reversed deforestation and raised millions for conservation
The Central American nation has secured more than US$135 million in finance for nature in recent years, another leaf in its conservation success story.
COP26: Deal reached to aim to end deforestation by 2030
On the first day of COP26 world leaders hail significant deforestation agreement.
The IOC creates an Olympic Forest
The IOC to create an ‘Olympic Forest’.
Analysis: Kakamega forest, a natural gem under threat
Kenya’s only tropical rainforest scrambles for solutions as it faces growing intrusion challenges.
New maps show how to double woodland cover in England
Friends of the Earth have mapped out how woodland cover could be doubled in the UK.
Green Voices – Ep 7 – Dr James Gordon – what’s behind accelerating Amazon deforestation levels?
We speak to WWF’s Dr James Gordon about the accelerating deforestation levels in the Brazilian Amazon and what can be done about it.
Under Bolsonaro’s leadership deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon continues to increase
Data shows that under Bolsonaro deforestation has risen for it’s 14th consecutive month in the Brazilian Amazon.