Orangutans at a feeding station run by Orangutan Foundation International
Who would think that when you are trying to
get rid off your dandruff you could be eliminating the orangutans and tigers
too? When I look at these images of forest destruction and biodiversity I’m
once again reminded that even your shampoo could harbor a dirty secret.
Have you read my colleague Willie's blog, inviting you to fall in love with fishes? Well I have - and as a forest campaigner, I'm not swayed by aquatic amore. This Valentine's day, forget coral sex - here are some land-based lotharios looking for your love.
The Broadback Valley "Endangered Forest", one of Quebec’s last intact Boreal forests.
Shane Moffatt and Richard Brooks exposed the destructive logging practices of Resolute Forest Products. So Resolute sued them for $7 million. But Shane and Richard are fighting back - and they need our help.
Soya traders, companies, NGOs and the Brazilian government met today to debate the future of the soya moratorium - a seven-year-old scheme that stops the soya industry from carving up the Amazon. We managed to buy another year - but that's just twelve short months to find a permanent solution.
An Indian energy company is planning to destroy valuable forests to mine coal
The story behind protests that happened today in both London and Mumbai is the story of modern India, and how it turns out will ultimately have
implications for us all.
Essar - a giant Indian energy corporation - is building a coal power plant in central Indian state of Madya Pradesh. The plant needs millions of tons of
coal to operate, and that coal lies beneath the nearby forests of Mahan, a rich habitat that supports the lives and livelihoods of over 14,000 people from
Pressure is mounting on April, the notorious forest
destroyer that is determinedly trying to pulp what’s left of Indonesia's
rainforests. This afternoon, the World Business Council for Sustainable
Development gave April an ultimatum: put down the chainsaws or get out of the