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Illegal logging in Brazil turns Amazon into a powder keg
Illegal logging in Brazil turns Amazon into a powder keg
A rifle resting on his shoulder, Tatji Arara looks despondent as he steps over the trunks of huge trees felled by timber traffickers in the heart...
Forest accords not saving trees, new report says
Forest accords not saving trees, new report says
International accords on saving vulnerable forests are having little impact because they do not attack the core causes such as growing demand for...
Borneo's rainforest is being killed by the timber mafia
Borneo's rainforest is being killed by the timber mafia
The cows are afloat, with squawking chickens sharing their sturdy bamboo rafts. Children splash and swim in and around their homes, keeping away...
World illegal logging down, still remains big problem
World illegal logging down, still remains big problem
Illegal logging has fallen by 22% worldwide in the past decade but remains a huge problem from Brazil to Indonesia, a study showed on Thursday.

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