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Bezos Earth Fund’s influence raises concerns among experts

Bezos Earth Fund’s influence raises concerns among experts

Jeff Bezos's Earth Fund has donated billions to climate and nature projects, yet experts worry about the fund's influence and its support for carbon offsets.

Patrick Greenfield reports for The Guardian.

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Ecuador's nature rights movement faces new challenges amid energy shifts
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Ecuador's nature rights movement faces new challenges amid energy shifts

Fifteen years after Ecuador recognized the constitutional rights of nature, environmental advocate Natalia Greene discusses the ongoing challenges and landmark court victories defending these rights.

Katie Surma reports for Inside Climate News.

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The daredevil flight to save rare birds

Storms, an eagle attack, emergency landings, and a unique bond: how scientists led a flight of endangered ibises on a 2,300km journey to their new winter sanctuary.
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Nine breakthroughs for climate and nature in 2023 you may have missed

This year has seen some remarkable steps forward in tackling the nature and climate crises. But in a year like 2023, it's natural our attention has been drawn to the environmental disasters that have dominated the headlines.

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Decolonize your diet with this Indigenous cook's new book

Karuk writer and home cook Sara Calvosa Olson has assembled a collection of recipes made with acorns and other Indigenous ingredients to help readers reconnect to the natural world.
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Can we save the redwoods by helping them move?

The largest trees on the planet can’t easily ‘migrate’ — but in a warming world, some humans are helping them try to find new homes.
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Can Point Reyes National Seashore support wildlife and ranching amid climate change?

The National Park Service is working with a local tribe to determine how to safeguard the tule elk, who compete with cattle for forage in the dry season. A recent proposal to remove a fence has ranchers and dairy owners up in arms.

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