Deforestation

Sarah Lazare, staff writer
The world's last remaining forest wildernesses are being damaged and destroyed by human activity at the shocking rate of 20,000 hectares—nearly 50,000 acres—per day, according to research findings announced Thursday . Greenpeace, the University of Maryland, Transparent World, World Resources Institute, and World Wildlife Fund-Russia employed...
Carey L. Biron, IPS News
The U.S. and Brazilian governments are moving into the final stages of weighing...
Carey L. Biron, IPS News
WASHINGTON - The international community is failing to take advantage of a...

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