Research reveals details about the properties of aerosol particles of the Amazon and points to impacts caused by pollution in Manaus
A new deforestation alert system lets users know about forest changes in just a week.
Convoca.pe flew over the deforested area of Tamshiyacu, in Loreto, Peru, and found that the company of American citizen Dennis Melka continued to operate even though the Ministry of Agriculture had ordered them to stop their activities.
A new look at the complex picture of land use change suggests that when it comes to forests, we’re far from being out of the woods.
Peru may be worried to conservation of its tropical forests, but deforestation has been increasing, much of it due to expanded cultivation of African palm oil.
Figures from Terra-i indicate the municipality of San Vicente del Caguan is first place on the list of municipalities with the highest rate of deforestation in Colombia.
Deforestation continues to increase in the Peruvian Amazon. According to the latest information from the Peruvian Environment Ministry, 2014 had the highest annual forest loss on record since 2000.
A Chinese company with a trail of human rights violations wants to build a plant in São Luiz do Tapajós, the biggest environmental controversy since Belo Monte dam
YES, zero deforestation is possible for the Brazilian Amazon, just if we make sure economic growth, social justice and agriculture are part of the picture.