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EU ups its tropical forest-related aid

On the face of it, this is good news, says Saskia Ozinga – but only if local communities have a say in how the money is spent.

Filed in: Conservation Development Europe Forests

Why we should weep for the sparrow

The once-common bird is suffering in modern-day India, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara. But efforts to save them are underway.

Filed in: Conservation India

Pink dye to save black rhinos

In South Africa, a new conservation project is attempting to put poachers off targeting rhinos for their horns. Gelareh Darabi reports.

Filed in: Conservation

Nicaragua’s Grand Canal: more questions than answers

Concerns are riding high about the adverse effect of the planned waterway on local communities and wildlife, reports Emily Schechter.

Filed in: Conservation Nicaragua Water

Cambodia’s anteater shines the spotlight on conservation

The scaly pangolin is inspiring communities to work together for its survival, reports Nidhi Dutt. 

Filed in: Animals Conservation Forests

Indigenous Kenyans evicted in the name of ‘conservation’

Matthew Newsome exposes a government scheme to rob the Sengwer people of their forest home.

Filed in: Conservation Forests Indigenous Peoples Kenya

Bats: not just pests

As the British parliament debates the damage bats cause in churches, Dawn Starin argues that it’s time to revise the ‘creepy’ animal’s reputation – before it’s too late.

Filed in: Animals Conservation

Britain’s shame: evicted islanders lose in court

The latest legal decision against the Chagossians, kicked off their homeland to make way for a US base, continues a regretful history, says Nick Harvey.

Filed in: Chagos Conservation Environment Human Rights Mauritius Politics United Kingdom United States

The West’s hypocrisy on whaling

An individual mammal’s moral worth has nothing to do with whether or not its species is endangered, writes Chris Grezo.

Filed in: Animals Conservation

Indigenous organizations to sue Peru over Amazon gas project

David Hill reports on the legal move to protect isolated indigenous peoples at risk of ‘extermination’ by the country’s biggest ever hydrocarbons project.

Filed in: Conservation Human Rights Peru

The battle for Notre-Dame-des-Landes

A French airport project has attracted the resistance of thousands. This supporter says it is direct democracy in action.

Filed in: Activism Conservation Environment France Transport

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