Robot that uses AI to pull weeds may reduce poisonous herbicide use by 70% for some crops.
‘Leave the gold in the ground’: Ecuador’s forest guardians mobilise against illegal mining in Amazon
The search for the precious metal has extended into the depths of the Amazon rainforest in Ecuador.
A withering drought has turned the Amazonian capital of Manaus into a climate dystopia with the second worst air quality in the world and rivers at the lowest levels in 121 years.
The Brazilian government has launched a significant operation to address illegal cattle farming and land invasions in the Amazon rainforest
Ecuadorians voted overwhelmingly on Sunday to reject oil drilling in a section of Yasuní National Park, the most biodiverse area of the imperiled Amazon rainforest.
Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest decreased by 68% this April compared with last year, according to preliminary government data published Friday.
Greenpeace report finds heavy machinery made by South Korean firm contributing to destruction of Brazilian rainforest
Cattle-ranching, not cocaine, has driven the destruction of the Colombian Amazon over the last four decades, a new study has found.
According to a new study signed by 35 scientists from all over the world, more than 1 million square miles of what remains of the Amazon Forest are suffering from degradation; this is more than 10 times the size of the UK.
With Lula in power “there is hope now, but our paper shows it is not enough to resolve deforestation,” said one co-author. “There is much more work to be done.”
Carbon emissions in the Amazon region in 2019 and 2020 more than doubled compared to the average of the previous eight years, according to a new study.
Deforestation is rising in the southeastern state of Mato Grosso, due in large part to industrial soy production
“Up to now, the Biden administration has only legitimized the Brazilian government’s anti-Indigenous and anti-environmental agenda,” said Greenpeace USA.