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Tax Havens Pose Threat to Oceans and Rainforests

Aug 15, 2018
Most of the foreign money funding ocean plunder and the felling of the Amazon forest comes from havens designed to conceal wealth and money flows of multinationals, politicians and the rich, researchers say.

High-Level Danger for Forest Giants

Dec 14, 2015
The tallest trees play a vital role in combating global warming by taking carbon from the atmosphere, but they are at great risk from ever-increasing droughts.

Forest Destruction Can Be Cut by Half

Nov 30, 2015
A new study shows that political will is all that is needed to stop the chainsaws and bulldozers that are destroying tropical forests and contributing to global warming.

A Disappearing Brazilian Tribe Cries Out

Apr 23, 2012
Terrorized by gunmen, loggers, drug traffickers and encroaching farmers, the 355 surviving members of the Amazonian Awá tribe face extinction if the Brazilian government and the international community fail to protect them from what a Brazilian judge termed "a real genocide."