zoom Cattle ranch located in Figueirópolis d’Oeste, Mato Grosso State, Brazil. Life is about to get a whole lot harder for the slaughterhouses in Brazil who are still ...On April 18, 2013 / By Daniel Brindis
Just months after celebrating the lowest historic deforestation rate in the Amazon, the Brazilian government released new figures this week that it may be losing progress. ...On March 29, 2013 / By Daniel Brindis
This morning, Asia Pulp and Paper – the world’s third largest paper and packaging company – announced that it was turning over a new leaf. It’s promised to ...On February 5, 2013 / By Rolf Skar
What do a Barbie, Xerox and National Geographic have in common? Well, after years of hard work, this should finally become clear. Much of the Indonesian rainforest has ...On February 5, 2013 / By Bustar Maitar
Blogpost by EoinD The world is edging closer to an ecological calamity in the Amazon. Threats to the rainforest include logging, cattle ranching, soya plantations and of course climate change. ...On March 22, 2012 / By admin
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