University of Texas at Austin, published in ScienceDaily
By Brad Plumer, The New York Times
2017 was the second-worst year for tropical tree cover loss in the satellite record, just below the losses in 2016.
By Sandra E. Garcia, The New York Times
A World Resources Institute project aims to collect DNA samples from tree leaves and use it to help track illegal logging
By Leighton Reid, Natural History of Ecological Restoration, Missouri Botanical Garden
What we think we know about how to restore tropical forests is getting a second look.
by Damian Carrington, Environmental editor of The Guardian
The air you breathe, the water you drink and the food you eat all rely on biodiversity, but right now it is in crisis – because of us. What does this mean for our future and can we stop it?