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Forests versus cattle: which is more profitable for the Amazon?

Forests versus cattle: which is more profitable for the Amazon?

A recent shift in the Amazon rainforest could see trees outcompeting cattle ranching as a more profitable use of land, thanks to the burgeoning carbon credit market.

Manuela Andreoni reports for The New York Times.

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Indonesia's new president faces scrutiny over potential environmental impacts

Indonesia's new president faces scrutiny over potential environmental impacts

Amid concerns of intensified deforestation, Prabowo Subianto's election as Indonesia's president raises environmental alarms as he proposes expanding nickel mining for economic growth.

Fred Pearce reports for Yale E360.

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Investing in nature's intrinsic value

Investing in nature's intrinsic value

Imagine a market where nature's preservation, not destruction, is profitable.

Lydia DePillis reports for The New York Times.

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Eastern US forests show remarkable cooling effect, study reveals

A new study highlights the significant role of reforestation in the eastern United States in mitigating climate crisis-induced temperature rises.

Oliver Milman reports for The Guardian.

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Amazon drought was caused by climate change
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Amazon drought was caused by climate change

The world’s largest river and rainforest was parched by extreme temperatures last year that would have been highly unlikely without climate change, scientists said.
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Climate change, drought, wildfires reduce value of private forestland in the West by billions

Oregon State University researchers said private timberland values have declined $11 billion due to the threat of drought and wildfires.
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Seed-sowing drones help with reforestation

The unmanned aerial vehicles could improve access to mountainous terrain and rapidly disperse many more seeds than planting by hand, experts say.
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