Bolivian fishermen who once hunted rare pink dolphins are monitoring their behavior to help scientists understand the threats they face.
At the end of 2020, the top 10 biggest coffee-producing nations made up 87% of the commodity’s market share. This is what you need to know.
A new report has found that 30% of all tree species are at risk of extinction, while 440 tree species have fewer than 50 individuals left in the wild.
Deforestation and habitat change mean that Brazil’s highly diverse Atlantic Forest will change more in the next fifty years, than since the last Ice Age.
Future of the Amazon is at risk if deforestation levels rise by 5%. Building a green economy depends on the political will to stop illegal deforestation.
Fires in the Amazon and the drying out of seasonally flooded forests release large amounts of methane and nitrous oxide, which are more harmful than CO2.
As Brazil continues its clean energy transition progress, how can it balance economic growth and the environment? A recent roundtable has the answers
The Black Jaguar Foundation has begun a large-scale project to reintroduce 1 million hectares of forest along Brazil’s Araguaia and Tocantins rivers.
A successful approach is being used to tackle extreme poverty in Brazil. It can be used as a model.
This visualization shows that the largest countries occupying the Earth's surface are Russia, Canada and China together taking up 7.2% of its overall area.
More than a quarter of the animal, plant and fungi species assessed by the International Union for Conservation of Nature are threatened with extinction.
Understanding the economic value of rainforests and conserving them will enable greener and more inclusive economies, leading to a more sustainable world.
The pandemic is amplifying existing inequalities in Brazil - and the older population are suffering disproportionately as a result.
Start-ups these days are spoiled for choice. Here's a look at 5 emerging global start-up hotspots - and the factors that make them so attractive to entrepreneurs.
While nations such as China, India and Brazil produce a lot of the world's total CO2 emissions, they are also leading the way in a renewable energy transition.