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Mutations, DNA damage seen in Fukushima forests: Greenpeace
Conservation group Greenpeace warned that the environmental impact of the Fukushima nuclear crisis five years ago on nearby forests is just beginning to be seen.
Indonesia forest fires could become worst on record: NASA
The forest fires blanketing Southeast Asia in choking haze are on track to become among the worst on record, NASA has warned.
Green Belt around Astana to be extended
Unused land around Astana will serve as the tree planting grounds.
Forest fire hits 'sacred' Philippine mountain
A forest fire was raging atop a Philippine mountain, threatening endangered plants and animals in an area also considered by some local sects as a holy place.
In Borneo jungle, natives stand up against Malaysian dams
With a grimace on his sun-bronzed face, Borneo tribal chieftain Lenjau Tusau glares down a dirt road that vanishes into a rainforest mist, on alert for what he views as a mortal enemy.
Indonesian miners risk lives in modern-day gold rush
In a desolate area of central Indonesia where lush rainforest once stood, illegal miners on the frontline of a modern-day gold rush tear up the earth in the hunt for the precious metal.
Tiny rainforest frogs hear with their mouths
Some of the tiniest frogs on Earth have no middle ears or eardrums but can hear by using their mouths.
Spain firefighters tame Majorca wild blaze
Firefighters on Thursday tamed a wildfire that ravaged 480 hectares (1,180 acres) of land and drove 200 people from their homes on the Spanish holiday island of Majorca.
Rising deforestation sparks concern in Brazil Amazon
Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon is on the rise sharply, sparking alarm over the future of the world's biggest rainforest.
Deforestation spikes in Brazil over last year: group
Deforestation has soared in the Brazilian Amazon since a new forestry code was passed last year at the urging of the agribusiness lobby.
Ivory Coast turns to brute force to save forests
It was a brutal end to a long-term problem. Faced with the dilemma of trying to save a protected forest, which had become home to thousands of people, the Ivory Coast government turned to force.
Colorado fires destroy homes, thousands evacuated
Forest fires raged Wednesday across the western US state of Colorado, destroying dozens of houses and forcing the evacuation of thousands of residents.
Indonesia extends logging ban to protect rainforest
Indonesia has extended a logging ban aimed at protecting rainforest despite fierce industry pressure.
Indonesia moves towards approving deforestation plan
The Indonesian government has said it aims to approve within a month a plan that would free up vast swathes of protected virgin rainforest on Sumatra island for commercial exploitation.
Australia rejects heritage listing for Tasmanian rainforest
Australia Friday rejected a bid for blanket heritage listing of Tasmania's Tarkine rainforest, angering environmentalists who said it would allow mining and could threaten the Tasmanian devil.
Kazakhstan Interior Ministry gave full picture of mass murder in Ile-Alatau park
Kazakhstan Interior Minister announced details of the mass murder in Ile-Alatau national park near Almaty.
New three-fingered frog discovered in southern Brazil
On a trek across this Atlantic rainforest reserve in southern Brazil, biologist Michel Garey recalled how on his birthday in 2007 he chanced upon what turned out to be a new species of tiny, three-fingered frogs.
Wilfire damage made $3.5 million in 9 months in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan’s Agriculture Ministry has calculated the damage caused by fires in 9 months of 2012.
Japan tsunami 'miracle pine' cut down, preserved
A lone pine tree that stood as a symbol of hope in Japan, after surviving the huge tsunami that swept away a forest of 70,000, was being cut down Wednesday in a bid to preserve it.
Mamytbekov doesn't link fire in Ile-Alatau national park with fallen trees
Kazakhstan Minister of Agriculture Assylzhan Mamytbekov does not link the fire in Ile-Alatau National Park with the fallen trees left after last year’s hurricane.
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