Tag: Brazil

A lawyer speaks on the murders of Bruno Pereira and Dom Phillips
Xakriabá people learn new skills and aim to publish books showcasing their culture
Restoring Araucaria forests in Paraná may yield economic benefits for farmers, as well as restore local biodiversity
Q&A with impact investment firm founder and CEO Leonardo Letelier
Thousands advocate for the nation’s supreme court to honor Indigenous land claims predating 1988 constitution
New study links tree loss to rainfall patterns, and effects on soy and cattle
Finding the few remaining species of a tree family that has survived 200 million years
Leading forestry scientists weigh in
Using ethno-communication to preserve traditions, languages and landscapes
The payments come not without controversy and ideas for systemic improvement
Connecting forest fragments – and people – to restore landscapes