The Amazon fire: This and next time
Fires like the current one lead to wholesale irreversible changes in the structure and composition of forest ecosystems, impoverishing both their …
Will Jair Bolsonaro destroy the Amazon and its Indians?
It remains to be seen whether Brazil’s President-Elect will act on his pre-poll statements vis-à-vis Amazonia and its natives. …
‘Due to the Amazon fires, we will lose the battle against climate change’
Down To Earth speaks to Aline Carrara, Brazilian researcher, social scientist and conservation practitioner with a focus on Amazonia about the …
What an Indian environmentalist in Brazil has to say on the Amazon fires
Kerala-born environmental scientist Shaji Thomas, who has been working in the Amazon for the past 25 years, shares his thoughts on the infernos …
Nasa satellite imagery finds tremendous changes in Amazon in last 40 years
The scale of losses in forests land, increase in pasture land, shift in land use policy driven by economic forces are seen nowhere else in the world
Why fires that scorched the Amazon are a planetary emergency
From the Arctic to the Amazon, fires are raging at an unprecedented scale, stoking an unfathomable fear: is the planet staring at an irreversible …
Climate change has a history of disrupting civilisations, study finds
Major shifts in temperature and rainfall in the first millennium affected agriculture and also caused the decline of many indigenous groups in …
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Statistic of the decade: The massive deforestation of the Amazon
8.4 million soccer fields of land deforested in the Amazon over the past decade
Amazonian wildlife: Collateral damage of the inferno
The fires that raged and are still raging in the Amazon rainforest, have had an impact on not just human lives but also animals
African grasslands are meant to burn – we can't let this distract from the Amazon fires
The world should be more bothered about the Amazon than about the fires in Africa's savnnahs
Amazon fires declined in September, but deforestation persists: Amazon Watch
The outbreak of fires in the rainforest declined 19.6 per cent compared to the same period last year
Look how oil spill affects health, environment in Brazil
Oil spill has spread across 2,500 kilometres since September, and has reached 92 municipalities and 14 conservation units in nine states
'Amazon region under threat from oil drilling, mining'
Sacred Headwaters of the Amazon, considered to be the most biodiverse terrestrial ecosystem on Earth, is witnessing expansion of new fossil fuel …
How Brazil can beat the odds and restore a huge swathe of the Amazon
Native seed cultivation could represent a valuable source of income for local communities, boosting both conservation and the local economy
About 9,000 sq km of Brazilian Amazon lost to deforestation; government unaware
The study suggests that deforestation-related greenhouse gas emissions in Brazil are nearly twice as high as government estimates
Brazil forest fire threatens local tribe
Loggers have been accused of starting fires to drive away the indigenous people
Why is the world on fire?
From Australia to Africa to Siberia, forest fires are burning across much of the world
Plants can recover after being burned, so why might some species in the Amazon face local wipe out?
‘Amazonian deforestation can trigger more droughts'
Brazil, the Latin American country that holds 12 per cent of worldwide freshwater, just witnessed a drought and its driest winter in 84 years. An …
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