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Fires in the Amazon have already impacted more than 90% of animal and plant species in the biome
23 Sep 2021

Most flora and fauna species face habitat loss due to fires in the Amazon, but some - like primates - are particularly a...

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Indigenous Land in the Brazilian Amazon is a brake on deforestation and may start generating carbon credits
21 Sep 2021

A study shows that the Indigenous Poyanawa people are good stewards of their land - and can benefit from its carbon cred...

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Extinction of indigenous languages leads to loss of exclusive knowledge about medicinal plants
21 Sep 2021

Much of the world's medicinal plant knowledge is contained in endangered languages spoken by Indigenous peoples

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Workshop empowers Brazil’s Xakriabá people to publish their own books
15 Sep 2021

Xakriabá people learn new skills and aim to publish books showcasing their culture

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Project works with farmers to restore Brazilian pine forests
15 Sep 2021

Restoring Araucaria forests in Paraná may yield economic benefits for farmers, as well as restore local biodiversity

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In the Atlantic Forest, ‘food forests’ could throw a lifeline to rare Brazilian birdlife
9 Sep 2021

Alice Reisfeld and team are ushering in an ecological renaissance in the world’s most imperiled tropical habitat

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Grain production depends on ending deforestation, studies show
2 Sep 2021

In Brazil, researchers warn of "agro-suicide" and recommend new moratorium in response

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Climate change threatens traditional extractive communities in the Amazon
2 Sep 2021

Study forecasts survival rates for 18 of Amazonia's main collected plant species

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Restoring tree cover to Tanzania
24 Aug 2021

Azaria Kilimba’s pioneering work in community forest conservation has so far seen half a million hectares reclaimed fo...

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Days in the life of Madagascar’s magnificent Makira forest
5 Aug 2021

Félix Ratelolahy recounts the lessons he’s learned in restoring the country to its former ‘Green Island’ glory

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Forest guardians and nature’s nurseries on Mount Kenya
19 Jul 2021

Paul Gacheru shares how the forested foothills of his childhood are being restored to health – with farmers and famili...

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Tea and empathy
5 Jul 2021

Youth conservationist Fabiana Benítez tells how one rainforest is being restored – through tea

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A look at how invasive plant species hinder ecosystem restoration
26 May 2021

Two invasive plants are posing problems in Nairobi National Park and Baringo Lake areas

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“We must invest in nature”: Prince Charles on the circular bioeconomy
23 Mar 2021

Read Prince Charles's opening statement to the CIFOR-ICRAF digital forum on transitioning to a circular bioeconomy

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“I believe optimism and hope are essential”
9 Feb 2021

A Q&A between CIFOR head Robert Nasi and the public on restoration, biodiversity and more

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