The rate at which wilderness is being lost is nothing short of staggering and must be changed immediately.
The carbon pledges made by 178 nations in Paris to date won’t likely save tropical coral reefs or cloud forests, or prevent mass global extinctions.
An expert on hydroelectric dams has criticized a scheme allowing companies building dam projects in the Brazilian Amazon to claim carbon credits.
Researchers fear the extinction of species may have already dropped below a “safe” level.
This unique 600-mile long reef is already threatened by oil drilling.
Zero deforestation before 2025 is possible, and we know what it will take to achieve it.
Peru must protect these people of the Amazon.
Ecuadorian and Canadian court rulings against Chevron for polluting the Amazon’s waterways may hold the company accountable.