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An Inside Look At Latin America’s Illegal Logging – Part One. Mexico and several Latin American countries struggle when it comes to ensuring legality in forest activities. Photo credit: Flickr/Christopher Titzer

An Inside Look At Latin America’s Illegal Logging – Part One. Mexico and several Latin American countries struggle when it comes to ensuring legality in forest activities. Photo credit: Flickr/Christopher Titzer

AGRICULTURE: Could Africa hold the answers to America's drought woes? Integrating trees in farmland has transformed parts of Africa, and now some experts think it could also work in the United States. Photo courtesy of the World Resources Institute.

AGRICULTURE: Could Africa hold the answers to America's drought woes? Integrating trees in farmland has transformed parts of Africa, and now some experts think it could also work in the United States. Photo courtesy of the World Resources Institute.

Equatorial Guinea Increases Protected Forests by 63 Percent, Shows New Atlas. Forests cover roughly 98 percent of Equatorial Guinea's national land area. Photo credit: Pascal Douard, WRI

Equatorial Guinea Increases Protected Forests by 63 Percent, Shows New Atlas. Forests cover roughly 98 percent of Equatorial Guinea's national land area. Photo credit: Pascal Douard, WRI

What impact do seas, lakes and rivers have on peoples health? New research has found that blue space including sea, rivers, lakes and even urban water features can have a positive impact on wellbeing, writes Tim Smedley. The impact of water on health: new research suggests that blue space can reduce stress and have a positive effect on wellbeing. Photograph: David Levene

What impact do seas, lakes and rivers have on people's health?

What impact do seas, lakes and rivers have on peoples health? New research has found that blue space including sea, rivers, lakes and even urban water features can have a positive impact on wellbeing, writes Tim Smedley. The impact of water on health: new research suggests that blue space can reduce stress and have a positive effect on wellbeing. Photograph: David Levene

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Latin America faces significant challenges in addressing illegal logging. Photo credit: Flickr/brodieferguson

Latin America faces significant challenges in addressing illegal logging. Photo credit: Flickr/brodieferguson

PUEBLA REVISTA: Día de la mujer rural

PUEBLA REVISTA: Día de la mujer rural

New website offers landowners interactive tools for managing woodlands - MyLandPlan.org helps private forest owners learn how to be good stewards.

New website offers landowners interactive tools for managing woodlands

New website offers landowners interactive tools for managing woodlands - MyLandPlan.org helps private forest owners learn how to be good stewards.

Could Some Midwest Land Support New Biofuel Refineries? Vegetation like the kind growing here at Michigan State University's Kellogg Biological Station could one day be used to feed small biofuel refineries spread throughout the Midwest.

Could Some Midwest Land Support New Biofuel Refineries?

Could Some Midwest Land Support New Biofuel Refineries? Vegetation like the kind growing here at Michigan State University's Kellogg Biological Station could one day be used to feed small biofuel refineries spread throughout the Midwest.

Sustainability: Water, the fight against wasting “Blue Gold” begins with agriculture. 70-80% of water resources used by humans goes to agricultural irrigation: it takes 500 liters of water to produce one kilo of wheat.

Sustainability: Water, the fight against wasting “Blue Gold” begins with agriculture. 70-80% of water resources used by humans goes to agricultural irrigation: it takes 500 liters of water to produce one kilo of wheat.

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