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Peru’s Primary Forests Crisscrossed With Illegal Roads
Roads spread out like multi-fingered tendrils, eating into the surrounding forests of Cordillera Azul National Park, in the ...
May 16, 2015
Shark Fin Shipment by American Airlines Ended
On December 24, an American Airlines plane carried 411 kilos (904 pounds) of dried hammerhead shark fins from ...
April 28, 2015
Peru Expanding Highways Into Rainforest Lands
It was 2009 when I first laid eyes on the 2,500 kilometer-long Interoceanic Highway that connects the west ...
March 17, 2015
Endangered Forests Shrink as Demand for Soy Rises
Sitting down at my favorite restaurant I decide to order a stir-fry loaded up with fresh vegetables and ...
March 14, 2015
One Subspecies of Squirrel Monkeys In Danger of Extinction
Walking through the Amazon rainforest for the first time is an overwhelming experience, and not in an entirely ...
February 28, 2015
Kenya–Shrinking Protected Areas (Part IV)
Over the last century, 91.7 percent of all changes to protected areas in Kenya have involved reductions in ...
November 6, 2014
Tigers vs. India Reserves (PART II)
In India’s central state of Madhya Pradesh lie 500 square kilometers (200 square miles) of protected land demarcated ...
November 1, 2014
Polar Bears Threatened in Arctic By Greenhouse Gases
Polar bears exist only in the Northern Hemisphere, preferring to live on the edges of great stands of ...
October 12, 2014
Meet the Newest Enemy to India’s Wildlife
According to the slowly expanding field of road ecology, which focuses on the effects of roads on wildlife, ...
September 12, 2014
Peruvian Deforestation- A Paradise Lost
In 1988, when British environmentalist Norman Myers first described the concept of a “biodiversity hotspot” - an area ...
August 16, 2014
Deforestation in Nicaragua from Illegal Colonists
In Northeastern Nicaragua, abutting the coastal Caribbean town of Bluefields, lie two nature reserves - Cerro Silva and ...
August 15, 2014
Mongolian President Under 14-Day Coronavirus Quarantine After Going to China
Olympic Champion Sun Yang Banned for 8 Years in Doping Case
The Associated Press
Over $100 Million Spent on Nearly Useless NSA Phone Metadata Collection: Former Official
Chinese Regime Silences Critics Who Expose Truth About Virus Outbreak
Mexico Confirms 2 Cases of New Coronavirus
Chinese Warship ‘Lased’ American Surveillance Plane: US Navy
US Ambassador: Chinese Regime Biggest Oppressor of Religious Freedom
FDA Reports First Drug Shortage Over Coronavirus Outbreak: ‘We Will Do Everything Possible’
First British Death From Coronavirus is Passenger From Cruise Ship
Few Children Infected With Coronavirus: WHO-China Report