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10/18/2018

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Ten walking tracks in Northland have been closed by the Department of Conservation to prevent the spread of kauri dieback.Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage yesterday announced that DoC will close 21 tracks across kauri land to...
Mongabay
10/17/2018

Fate of the Amazon is on the ballot in Brazil’s presidential election (commentary)
The loss of the Amazon rainforest would be a catastrophe for Brazil and for the world. Its destruction would significantly increase the country’s carbon emissions and further destabilize the global climate. Photo credit: lubasi on Visualhunt / CC BY

"The presidential election in Brazil will not only shape the destiny of Latin America’s largest country. It is also a referendum on the fate of the Amazon: the world’s largest tropical forest, sometimes known as the lungs of the Earth." Climate Chan
Mining.com
10/17/2018

Anglo American Brazi'sl chief executive, Ruben Fernandes, has hinted at a potential major copper discovery on the edge of the Amazon rainforest by saying the results of an ongoing drilling campaign in the area were “very promising”. He was referring

Lathams becomes headline sponsor of Wood and Wellness

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Fate of the Amazon is on the ballot in Brazil’s presidential election (commentary)

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Tell big companies to drop Wilmar before it s too late for Indonesia s rainforests

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Watching the wildlife return: Q&A with a rural Senegalese river monitor

Watching the wildlife return: Q&A with a rural