Deforestation, racism, mining companies and the oil industries are among the topics.
Amazon's wildfire season began in July and will end in November, but this time most of the fires are far from being natural.
Colombia is the third country with most primate species in the region, but most of them are threatened by deforestation, illegal traffic and hunting.
A team of scientists says we could use available technologies to learn and imitate the region's natural forms, processes and ecosystems, known as biomimicry.
Rock in Rio has launched its environmental project Amazonia Live which aims to plant over a million trees.
Satellite imagery indicates that forest cover on dry parts of the planet is substantially higher than previous estimates.
Despite being its best export, the effect of soybean production could be unfit to environmental commitments.
One of Colombia’s largest Natural National Parks is under threat from cattle ranching and illicit crops cultivation.
'Narco-deforestation' has boomed in the region as the trade has been pushed out of Mexico and the Caribbean.
Between 2002 and 2016 the country lost its forests to agriculture and cattle ranching.
More than 3,500 people from Córdoba in Colombia will stop cutting down trees and focus on sustainable production and agriculture.
The reserve has generally succeeded in providing sustainable livelihoods but deforestation, oil developments and drug trafficking remain a huge problem.
Deforestation is linked to the production of vegetable oil, by 2015 we’ll need more than 10 million hectares to produce it.
62,500 hectares of forest have been lost in only 4 years.
Ecosystems, water, biodiversity and Colombian’s health are endangered by the growth of this activity.
A study finally shows how Peruvian forest loss declined after indigenous groups were granted titles to their land.
According to NASA the Amazon is suffering the driest start of dry season in the last 15 years.
Illegal deforestation is rising due to avocado’s international demand and prices.
Coal miner Cerrejon has financed the reforestation of a large swath of land in northern Colombia that was left desolate by decades of mining activity.
A report by the CDP (Carbon disclosure project) shows manufacturers don’t even know which forests they’re destroying.
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