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The world’s largest protected wetland was announced by the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International Importance. The site, known as Llanos de Moxos, is located in the South […]

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The destruction of rainforests seems to be going on without any real control.

Making money is still more important than any considerations about the environment, […]

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As we no deforestation is a massive threat to the sustainability and health of eco systems around the world, however new data shows that at least in the amazon […]

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Clearing the rainforest has revealed new evidence of past occupations.

Carvings in the land known as Geoglyphs have been revealed – gigantic flawlessly designed geometric designs have been […]

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An alliance of European local authorities, national governments, US film stars, Japanese shops, soft drink companies and Russian foundations have stepped in to prevent oil companies exploiting 900m barrels […]

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Scientists claim to have found a link between sea temperatures and fires in the Amazon.

Research into the effects of El Nino in the Pacific and the Atlantic […]

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After a month of protests a referendum will be held to to see if voters want the construction to resume.

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Murder, prostitution, lynchings, drug abuse and decline in law and order are all a result of the high price of gold and other minerals to be found in […]

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