It’s a cruel irony that those of us who care deeply about the environment are often the same people who love visiting far-off corners of the planet—the thought of generating more greenhouse gas emissions to reach those destinations can put a damper on our dreams of adventure.
A family of rare crested eagles has settled in the Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve, a lush, species-rich swath of the Amazon and Ecuador’s second largest protected area. The threatened crested eagle is a rare sight in Ecuador—in fact, the newly identified nest is one of only three known to exist in the entire country.
In our final Rainforest Alliance World Cup Head to Head challenge, we compare the environmental characteristics of Germany and Argentina.
Today, Argentina and the Netherlands will battle it out to see who will face the Germans in the final round.
They might have the advantage on the soccer field, but will Germany triumph over Brazil in today’s Rainforest Alliance Head to Head Challenge?