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Our consumer habits are driving primates extinct

The drastic decline in primate populations is driven by global demand for agricultural products in the tropics.

Two murders in the Amazon

The disappearance of Dom Phillips and Bruno Araújo Pereira, and the crisis created by Jair Bolsonaro’s policies.
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Gas piped into homes contains benzene and other risky chemicals, study finds

The natural gas delivered to homes contains low concentrations of several chemicals linked to cancer, a new study found.

Dreyfus Brazil CEO says tackling deforestation involves compensating farmers

Commodities trader Louis Dreyfus Brazil's chief executive said on Tuesday that if society wants to tackle deforestation seriously, mechanisms need to be put in place to compensate farmers for conserving trees.

Methane emissions are increasing, watchdog finds

Methane acts on much shorter timescales than carbon dioxide, and emissions cuts could reduce near-term warming.

Sustainability report shows impact of climate change and extreme weather on racing industry

Horseracing must take an "industry-wide" approach to mitigate the risk of climate change, a new report warns.

One way to make a huge difference

The World Bank is in a unique position to help developing countries prepare for climate change. Here are two things critics say it could do better, and one they say it shouldn’t do at all.

Nato aims to be carbon neutral by 2050

Nato aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 45% by 2030 and achieve net-zero by 2050, the defense alliance secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg said Tuesday.

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