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Nikki Haley’s Trip to Africa Will Be Exercise in Hypocrisy
Trump's aim of "reducing costs at any cost" leaves Africa's myriad hotspots even more vulnerable than they already are
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Six Environmental Heroes Awarded This Year's Goldman Prize
'The prize seeks to inspire other ordinary people to take extraordinary actions to protect the natural world'
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Leaked Trump Presidential Memo Would Free U.S. Companies to Buy Conflict Minerals From Central African Warlords
'A gift to predatory armed groups seeking to profit from Congo’s minerals as well as a gift to companies wanting to do business with the criminal and the corrupt'
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Letting Tarzan Swing Through History
'Me Tarzan, You Adam': How I Met the Ghosts of My Own Work in a Local Multiplex
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US-Funded Conservation in African Rainforests is Resounding Failure: Report
New report finds "current approach to protecting rainforests is not only unfair on local communities, but ineffective in protecting nature"
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Eight Ways People are Fighting for Forests this International Day of Forests
Love trees? Then celebrate – 21 March is the International Day of Forests! Without healthy, thriving forests, our planet cannot sustain life. But they are facing serious threats from human activity. As much as 80 percent of the world's forests have already been degraded or destroyed. The good news...
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Profiting from Misery: Are Human Rights Abuses Powering Your Smart Phone?
Amnesty traces the sale of cobalt, used in batteries for cell phones and electric cars, from mines where children work in 'perilous conditions'
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Conflict Mineral Ruling 'Sets Dangerous Precedent' on Corporate Personhood
'A corporation is hiding behind the First Amendment to avoid accountability for their actions, and the Court has ruled their right to secrecy is more important than the public's right to know.'
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Officials Warn of Possible Second Outbreak as Ebola Confirmed in Fifth Country
Japan awaits green light to supply untested drug as report from the World Health Organization highlights factors that have led to underestimated epidemic
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World's Global Refugee Population Highest Since WWII
UNHRC reports that more than 50 million people are displaced, mostly in war-torn regions, across the globe
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