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How an audacious sonic survey could help revive damaged rainforests

New Scientist

The world’s largest "ecoacoustic" survey, listening to Costa Rican rainforests, could pave the way for a network of sensors listening to the planet’s biodiversity in real time

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Climate Negotiators To Focus on Renewables and Rainforests

Environment + Energy Leader

They will take up the issue at this year's climate conference in Bonn, Germany, where the plight of the rainforest nations will also take center stage. Climate negotiators are aiming for net zero by 2050, requiring a tripling of renewable energy by 2030.

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Listening to the Endangered Sounds of the Amazon Rainforest

Inside Climate News

“The Territory,” a documentary about the Indigenous Uru-eu-wau-wau people’s fight to protect their land, spotlights the unique natural music of the rainforest. By Kiley Bense Watching the first few minutes of “The Territory,” a new documentary set in the Amazon rainforest, is like listening to a symphony of deforestation.

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2023 could mark a turning point for the Amazon rainforest

New Scientist

New political leaders in Brazil and Colombia have promised to protect the rainforest, raising hopes of saving the ecosystem from becoming savannah

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Brazilian election will determine the future of the Amazon rainforest

New Scientist

The re-election of president Jair Bolsonaro would severely harm the Amazon rainforest, while his rival Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is promising to reverse much of the recent environmental damage and meet climate change targets

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Can the Amazon rainforest survive?

Inhabitant

Humans are barreling toward a catastrophic tipping point for the Amazon rainforest, according to a recent study by more than 200 scientists. If we don’t change our habits immediately, the damage will be irreversible.

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Gold Coast leads way in beachfront rainforest restoration

A Greener Life

The City of Gold Coast is undertaking one of Australia’s largest ever beachfront rainforest restoration projects. If you’ve ever taken in the natural beauty of the Gold Coast’s glorious beaches or strolled along the city’s golden coastline, chances are you’ve unknowingly appreciated littoral rainforest.