0
32.3
0
32.3
0
32.3
0
32.3
0
32.3
>"Pristine areas in the Amazon and Siberia may expand with animal reintroductions, scientists say"
>"Pristine areas in the Amazon and Siberia may expand with animal reintroductions, scientists say"
>"Pristine areas in the Amazon and Siberia may expand with animal reintroductions, scientists say"
>"Pristine areas in the Amazon and Siberia may expand with animal reintroductions, scientists say"
>"Pristine areas in the Amazon and Siberia may expand with animal reintroductions, scientists say"
2
110
2
110
2
110
2
110
2
110
>"Committing to end deforestation requires investing in new suppliers, advancing the rights of local communities and prioritizing results."
>"Committing to end deforestation requires investing in new suppliers, advancing the rights of local communities and prioritizing results."
>"Committing to end deforestation requires investing in new suppliers, advancing the rights of local communities and prioritizing results."
>"Committing to end deforestation requires investing in new suppliers, advancing the rights of local communities and prioritizing results."
>"Committing to end deforestation requires investing in new suppliers, advancing the rights of local communities and prioritizing results."
29
4.3K
29
4.3K
29
4.3K
29
4.3K
29
4.3K
“Brazil is today a divided country. On the one hand, there are indigenous people, quilombolas [descendants of afro-Brazilian slaves], scientists, environmentalists and people who work against deforestation and for life,” said Marcio _...Read More_
“Brazil is today a divided country. On the one hand, there are indigenous people, quilombolas [descendants of afro-Brazilian slaves], scientists, environmentalists and people who work against deforestation and for life,” said Marcio _...Read More_
“Brazil is today a divided country. On the one hand, there are indigenous people, quilombolas [descendants of afro-Brazilian slaves], scientists, environmentalists and people who work against deforestation and for life,” said Marcio _...Read More_
“Brazil is today a divided country. On the one hand, there are indigenous people, quilombolas [descendants of afro-Brazilian slaves], scientists, environmentalists and people who work against deforestation and for life,” said Marcio _...Read More_
“Brazil is today a divided country. On the one hand, there are indigenous people, quilombolas [descendants of afro-Brazilian slaves], scientists, environmentalists and people who work against deforestation and for life,” said Marcio _...Read More_
0
82.2
0
82.2
0
82.2
0
82.2
0
82.2
>"Companies using the commodity must accelerate an industry-wide transformation, writes WWF palm oil lead Michael Guindon There are signs palm-oil related deforestation is slowing, but companies using the commodity must accelerate an _...Read More_
>"Companies using the commodity must accelerate an industry-wide transformation, writes WWF palm oil lead Michael Guindon There are signs palm-oil related deforestation is slowing, but companies using the commodity must accelerate an _...Read More_
>"Companies using the commodity must accelerate an industry-wide transformation, writes WWF palm oil lead Michael Guindon There are signs palm-oil related deforestation is slowing, but companies using the commodity must accelerate an _...Read More_
>"Companies using the commodity must accelerate an industry-wide transformation, writes WWF palm oil lead Michael Guindon There are signs palm-oil related deforestation is slowing, but companies using the commodity must accelerate an _...Read More_
>"Companies using the commodity must accelerate an industry-wide transformation, writes WWF palm oil lead Michael Guindon There are signs palm-oil related deforestation is slowing, but companies using the commodity must accelerate an _...Read More_
67
12.2K
67
12.2K
67
12.2K
67
12.2K
67
12.2K
Palm oil and deforestation are really bad for our ecosystem, different species are greatly affected
Palm oil and deforestation are really bad for our ecosystem, different species are greatly affected
Palm oil and deforestation are really bad for our ecosystem, different species are greatly affected
Palm oil and deforestation are really bad for our ecosystem, different species are greatly affected
Palm oil and deforestation are really bad for our ecosystem, different species are greatly affected
2
223
2
223
2
223
2
223
2
223
"Increasing land grabs endangering forest communities and wildlife as governments expand mining and _...Read More_
"Increasing land grabs endangering forest communities and wildlife as governments expand mining and _...Read More_
"Increasing land grabs endangering forest communities and wildlife as governments expand mining and _...Read More_
"Increasing land grabs endangering forest communities and wildlife as governments expand mining and _...Read More_
"Increasing land grabs endangering forest communities and wildlife as governments expand mining and _...Read More_
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185
4
185
4
185
4
185
4
185
0
15.1
0
15.1
0
15.1
0
15.1
0
15.1
Between April and November last year, the government of the Brazilian state of Bahia authorized agribusinesses to collect nearly 2 billion liters (528 million gallons) of water a day. The spread of giant soybean plantations in the state’s _...Read More_
Between April and November last year, the government of the Brazilian state of Bahia authorized agribusinesses to collect nearly 2 billion liters (528 million gallons) of water a day. The spread of giant soybean plantations in the state’s _...Read More_
Between April and November last year, the government of the Brazilian state of Bahia authorized agribusinesses to collect nearly 2 billion liters (528 million gallons) of water a day. The spread of giant soybean plantations in the state’s _...Read More_
Between April and November last year, the government of the Brazilian state of Bahia authorized agribusinesses to collect nearly 2 billion liters (528 million gallons) of water a day. The spread of giant soybean plantations in the state’s _...Read More_
Between April and November last year, the government of the Brazilian state of Bahia authorized agribusinesses to collect nearly 2 billion liters (528 million gallons) of water a day. The spread of giant soybean plantations in the state’s _...Read More_
0
24.6
0
24.6
0
24.6
0
24.6
0
24.6
"US scientist Thomas Lovejoy says the rainforest’s rich biodiversity has been undervalued compared to economic _...Read More_