Can we live in the forest without destroying it? A voluntary conservation project in Mexico's Selva Maya rainforest shows that it's possible.
Living in the Selva Maya usually means cutting down the trees to make way for farming. At least it did — until now. A voluntary conservation project shows that you can live off the rainforest without destroying it.
The UN has issued its starkest warning yet over climate change, but says it's not too late to avoid the worst impacts of global warming. Political will is required — but there are also things you can do.
Three human rights activists, two corruption fighters, a farmer and an agricultural scientist are the 2018 winners of the 'Alternative Nobel Prize.' They are tirelessly fighting the world over to make it a better place.
Smartphone technology has become a vital tool for Mexican forest rangers working to see the full scope of environmental degradation in the Selva Maya.
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