Vic Bishop – It’s amazing what people can do when they work together.
Amanda Froehlich – This is literally too upsetting to watch.
John Liberty – He has purchased nearly 40,000 acres over the last decade.
‘There Will Be an Increase in Deforestation’: Brazil’s New President Signs Order Endangering Amazon and Indigenous Rights
Olivia Rosane – In his first day in office, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro promised to destroy more of the Amazon.
Natasha Longo – Palm oil marketing has succeeded in blinding us from the truth.
Lorraine Chow – The problem is worse than any other time in history.
Charles Eisenstein – Regardless of whether the planet warms or cools, the things we need to do to maintain ecological health are the same.
Anna Hunt – Global reforestation efforts are desperately needed.
Alex Pietrowski – Fires started by illegal loggers are threatening to wipe out uncontacted tribes.
Anna Hunt – Driven by their passion for nature, this couple has done the impossible.
Rhett A. Butler – Peru sets up 3.3M acre reserve home to un-contacted tribes, endangered wildlife.
Alex Pietrowski – This may be one of the biggest ecological catastrophes of the 21st century.
Rhett Butler – Just how many trees get cut each year around the world?
Mrinalini Erkenswick Watsa – In the Peruvian Amazon, a global craving for gold has changed life for local communities.
Video – It’s time to stop looking at trees as a commodity and consider them an endangered species.
Michael Whitehouse – The Amazon rainforest is facing utter destruction.
Ray Mwareya – In Zimbabwe, a booming tobacco-growing sector threatens the country’s forests.
Video – This aerial footage of the Amazon forest throughout the region of Marde de Dios, Peru, will likely leave you speechless. It shows the expansiveness and the devastation caused by deforestation and mining of the region.
Rhett A. Butler – Authorities in Brazil have arrested a man they claim to be the single biggest deforester in the Amazon…
Stefanie Spear – There’s no debating that humans have greatly scarred the Earth. And, there’s no better way to see the extent of that damage than via aerial images…