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Bushfires: Calamity or myth?

Bushfire Australia

Every year, big portions of tropical savanna are burned out worldwide and the frequency and dimension of these fires increase each year. These type of nature disturbances cause countless impacts – some still unknown – but because of their influence on global warming, this became a subject of great interest and concern worldwide and here we explain why. Ecoangola contacted ...

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Giving indigenous communities title to land protects tropical forests, study finds


Peer-reviewed study shows deforestation drops dramatically the same year land rights are granted to indigenous communities in Peru A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences provides some of the first rigorous peer-reviewed evidence that giving indigenous communities formal legal title to their land protects tropical forests. The study was conducted by researchers from Resources for ...

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