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One-Year-Old Pup That Weighs 110 lb Is Mistaken for a Bear on Her Walks in the Forests
There are hundreds of dog breeds around the world, and each has its own unique characteristics and personalities. Meanwhile, there are some that have a strong resemblance to wild animals. ...
September 10, 2020
EMG Inspired Staff
The Enchanted Forests of Taipingshan
YILAN COUNTY, Taiwan—Hiking through the ancient, fog-shrouded forest, my guide begins to look a lot like an old ...
September 10, 2019
Drought Can Kill Trees for Years and Years
The fact that drought kills trees is well known. But a new study of nearly 29,000 trees at ...
August 23, 2015
From Smokey Bear to Climate Change: The Future of Wildland Fire Management
Current conditions in the West demonstrate that our US fire management system is struggling and approaching a state ...
August 13, 2015
Wildfires Push Plants to Move North
As California wildfires burn tree canopies and forest floors, plants commonly found in more southern areas of the ...
August 12, 2015
What’s Killing Forests in California?
More than 12 million trees have died in California. A combination of drought, heat, and insects may be ...
June 10, 2015
Smog Killing China’s Forests May Spread to Other Countries, Researchers Warn
China's forests have been mysteriously dying off since 2001. A new report may have not only found the ...
March 31, 2015
Why Forest Managers Want to Set Fires but Can’t
Forest managers say prescribed burns every few years could help prevent costly wildfires and control disease. But hurdles ...
March 26, 2015
University of Florida
World’s Forests Are Fragmenting Into Tiny Patches – Risking Mass Extinctions
As humankind colonised the far corners of our planet, we cleared large areas to harvest wood, make way ...
March 21, 2015
A Forest Relieves Stress
STOCKHOLM, Sweden—Spending time in the forest makes us feel better and helps recovery from stress-related illness, according to ...
September 23, 2014
Farming in Brazil’s Amazonas: Preserving the Hands That Feed
A program in Brazil's Amazonas helps farmers generate income while preserving the rainforest.
December 27, 2012
Poets Rally in Last-Ditch Effort to Save Langley Forest
Artists and writers rally to save a 25-acre parcel of old forest in Langley B.C.
December 11, 2012
Brazilian President Vetoes Parts of New Forest Code
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff vetoed nine items on the provisional measure passed by the Congress to alter the ...
November 1, 2012
Palm Oil Plantations Clearing Borneo’s Carbon-Rich Forests
The cultivation of palm oil, an item frequently seen in processed foods, personal care products, and soaps, is ...
October 8, 2012
Sequoia National Park Turns 122
The Sierra Nevada mountain range, home to Sequoia National Park, has enchanted humans for thousands of years. But ...
September 30, 2012
Illegal Logging Threatens Liberia’s Forests
Libera’s forests are being divvied up and sold off to loggers, with logging rights to as much as ...
September 4, 2012
Protected Forests Failing to Protect
The wildlife in protected tropical forests is increasingly threatened, a new study finds. Now, around the world ways ...
August 11, 2012
Brazil’s Controversial Forest Bill on Hold
Just weeks ahead of hosting a world forum on sustainable development, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff partially vetoed a ...
May 31, 2012
Walking Tall Among Giants
The Tahune Airwalk, located in the world-renown State reserve forest in Southern Tasmania-Australia, only a 90-minute drive from ...
May 21, 2012
SCIENCE IN PICS: The Common Squirrel Monkey
The Saimiri sciureus group of squirrel monkey species are commonly seen throughout South and Central American rainforests, despite ...
April 28, 2012
Epoch Times Staff
Indigenous People Farmed the Amazon Without Fire
Indigenous people living in the savannas around the Amazonian forest 800 years ago farmed their land sustainably and ...
April 12, 2012
Illegal Loggers Should Be Treated Like Gangsters Says World Bank
A new study by the World Bank shows that effective criminal justice efforts could help combat illegal logging, ...
March 21, 2012
B.C. Forest Industry Feeling the Pinch
A recent rally in Victoria, the biggest since the heady days of the Clayoquot Sound protests of 1993, ...
November 5, 2008
OxyContin Maker Purdue Pharma to Plead Guilty to 3 Criminal Charges
The Associated Press
Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging Trump Admin’s Sexual Misconduct Rule for Schools
White House Disputes Report Trump Abruptly Cut Short ’60 Minutes’ Interview
Stimulus Package Unlikely to Clear Congress Before Election: Goldman Sachs
Brazil’s Bolsonaro Says His Government Will Not Buy China’s Sinovac Vaccine
Federal Court Upholds North Carolina Mail-In Ballot Receipt Deadline Extension
Twitter Temporarily Changes How Users Retweet Ahead of US Presidential Elections
Isabel van Brugen
White House, Pelosi ‘Optimistic’ in Developing Deal With Democrats on Stimulus Bill
Schumer Says He Had ‘Serious Talk’ With Feinstein Following Progressive Backlash Around Barrett Confirmation Hearings
Biden Says ‘No Basis’ to Claims Hunter Biden Profited Off His Vice Presidency