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Bills affecting the demarcation of indigenous lands, ownership of genetic resources, changes to the mining code, and introduction of sugar cane could bring negative impacts to Amazon.
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Deputy Minister of Public Works Hermanto Dardak said that 73 percent of 53 rivers in Indonesia are polluted. "Most of the pollution is caused by organic materials and 11 rivers contain aluminum," he said on Monday, June 16, 2014.
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The last three decades, disasters that happened in Indonesia linked to climate change.
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In the absence of alternative livelihoods, villagers living in the region claim unfettered access to the forest, despite high chances of tiger attacks.
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Wild cousins aren’t always appreciated at family gatherings. But when it comes to crops, the opposite is often true.
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In the run up to the UN climate summit in Paris, the Indian government has flagged off a train housing an exhibition about climate change, to raise awareness across the country.
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In some ways COP22 in Marrakech could be considered equally as important as the historic meeting that preceded it. This was to be a COP of action; crunch time, some might say, with euphoria around the Paris Agreement winding down and the tedious realities of implementation setting in. Qatar Today brings you highlights from COP in Morocco.
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An artificial reef has helped restore a part of Puducherry Beach, but more intervention is needed to complete a pilot project that could guide future beach restoration along India’s coastline.
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Fresh off a one-year ban on logging, the Southeast Asian nation faces an uphill battle enforcing a new chainsaw registration law.
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An obscure fishing community longtime hidden from world view is now playing host to the single largest infrastructure project in Southeast Asia.
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The climate treaty negotiations that concluded earlier this month in Cancun, Mexico, were largely

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Activists warn that a planned road in Turkey threatens biodiversity and culture in the country's Black Sea highlands.
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