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The family of Raimundo Benedito, 35, has been harvesting brazil nuts on the banks of the Cedro river, close to the boundary between Amazonas and Acre states, for at least three generations.
A record number of people were killed to protect the environment and land in 2019. Indigenous peoples are particularly vulnerable.
The more forests we destroy, the greater the chance of new pandemics.
The meat producer JBS uses the certification body DNV-GL to defend themselves against accusations of deforestation. DNV-GL deny that their reports acquit JBS.
Brazil's failure to protect forests and indigenous rights is hurting the economy, investors and businesses warn.
Twice as much Brazilian rainforest could burn in the coming months compared to last year, scientists warn.
Illegal miners are rushing into the Yanomami territory and 40 percent of the people living near mine sites could get infected with Covid-19.
Ten years ago: a historic day for Indonesia’s forests and forest-dependent communities.
Bowing to massive protests from Brazilian civil society and intense international pressure, the Brazilian Congress this week decided not to submit the controversial "land grab law" to a vote.
Deforestation, forest fires and Covid-19 are all serious threats to vulnerable indigenous groups in the Amazon. The combination of all three is disastrous.
Major Brazilian companies blacklisted by Norway’s Pension Fund due to human rights violations and environmental destruction.
Nye tall viser at bruken av palmeoljediesel i Norge økte med over 20% i 2019. - En fallitterklæring for regjeringen og norsk biodrivstoffsatsing, sier Regnskogfondet.