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A new report from Rainforest Foundation Norway reveals how it is highly likely that top five European car manufacturers contribute to large-scale deforestation of the Amazon rainforest.
Indigenous and environmental organisations fear increased violence ahead of planned environmental demonstrations in Colombia.
Peruvian indigenous organization ORPIO and global partners celebrate a major win as the largest indigenous reserve ever in the country is finally approved. Existing logging concessions will be removed and uncontacted indigenous groups protected.
A new review finds that the five largest rainforest countries can deforest 20 million hectares of tropical forests over the next decade combined, with emissions of 10 gigatons of greenhouse gases, and still be within their Paris Agreement contributions (NDCs).
The Democratic Republic of Congo hosts the world’s second-largest rainforest. The members of the National Assembly have just taken the country one step further in the fight to protect it.
The world’s first complete historical and current overview reveals that two thirds of the tropical rainforest on Earth are gone or degraded.
Results from a new survey in 12 European countries send a clear message to European leaders: Do not ratify the Mercosur trade deal unless Amazon deforestation stops.
Brazil's unambitious new climate plan is a dangerous backtracking on previous commitments.
New deforestation figures released today reveal a staggering 11.088 km2 of rainforest has been cut in Brazil over the last year. Rainforest Foundation Norway is deeply concerned for the future existence of the forest and calls for immediate action.
UN special rapporteurs and indigenous leaders join forces in an unprecedented move against what would be one of the world’s largest mines.
Biofuels with high deforestation risk, such as palm oil, will likely be forced out of the Norwegian market as a result of a bold new policy.
A new investigation links deforestation, forest fires and intimidation of local communities, to supply chains of the multinational soy traders Bunge and Cargill.