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An insightful article about a recent discovery of the remains of a Pre-Columbian urban settlement in Bolivia, a proof _...Read More_
An insightful article about a recent discovery of the remains of a Pre-Columbian urban settlement in Bolivia, a proof _...Read More_
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"A new study warns the Amazon could become a dry savanna within a few decades."
"A new study warns the Amazon could become a dry savanna within a few decades."
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>"The findings, related to gold mining in Peru, provide new evidence of how people are altering ecosystems in dangerous ways around the world."
>"The findings, related to gold mining in Peru, provide new evidence of how people are altering ecosystems in dangerous ways around the world."
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>"Tiny proportion of world’s land surface hosts carbon-rich forests and peatlands that would not recover before 2050 if lost"
>"Tiny proportion of world’s land surface hosts carbon-rich forests and peatlands that would not recover before 2050 if lost"
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heatwaves, driven by climate change, are becoming more frequent and intense worldwide. Although we know that heatwaves kill marine organisms and have devastating effects on _...Read More_
heatwaves, driven by climate change, are becoming more frequent and intense worldwide. Although we know that heatwaves kill marine organisms and have devastating effects on _...Read More_
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>"A new bipartisan bill would treat it that way."
>"A new bipartisan bill would treat it that way."
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>"In theory, wealthy nations should pay to stop deforestation in Brazil. But Bolsonaro can’t be trusted to keep his end of the deal."
>"In theory, wealthy nations should pay to stop deforestation in Brazil. But Bolsonaro can’t be trusted to keep his end of the deal."
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“We don’t know at what point the changeover could become irreversible,” he told AFP in an interview.
“We don’t know at what point the changeover could become irreversible,” he told AFP in an interview.
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>"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"
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“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_
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Using AI to listen to the rainforest: "Mr Siegel says using AI to help save the rainforest has been the highlight of his career."
Using AI to listen to the rainforest: "Mr Siegel says using AI to help save the rainforest has been the highlight of his career."
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"US scientist Thomas Lovejoy says the rainforest’s rich biodiversity has been undervalued compared to economic _...Read More_
"US scientist Thomas Lovejoy says the rainforest’s rich biodiversity has been undervalued compared to economic _...Read More_
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"The Congo Basin contains the world's second-largest rainforest, crucial for regulating the world's climate. Inside it, a plan to halt _...Read More_
"The Congo Basin contains the world's second-largest rainforest, crucial for regulating the world's climate. Inside it, a plan to halt _...Read More_