There was good and bad news in the conservation community last week. The sad (and unsurprising) news: violence will likely rise as climate changes. The good: Costa Rica’s ban on clearing mature forests appears to be working.
In celebration of the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, we are highlighting a selection of native communities who share the Rainforest Alliance’s vision for a more sustainable future.
With plentiful shade trees and free roaming herds, the grazing pastures of Fazendas São Marcelo bear little resemblance to those of conventional cattle ranches.
We’re back with our weekly rundown of the latest sustainability stories to capture our attention. “Scientists Capture One of the World’s Rarest Big Cats on Film,” Mongabay Less than a hundred kilometers from the bustling metropolis of Jakarta, scientists have captured incredible photos of one of the world’s most endangered big cats: the Javan leopard. …