But conservationists and health advocates have struggled to break out of silos and combine forces.
On this episode of 'JUNGLETOWN,' the people building a sustainable village in Panama will have to watch staff slaughter a goat or miss out on dinner.
This will take a toll on the trees that indigenous people have been coexisting with for centuries.
The celebrated artist'ss latest performance brings attention to the largest mass-migration from the island since the 60s.
Kallari, an Ecuadorian chocolate collective owned by cacao-producing families in the Amazon rainforest, offers a sustainable alternative in an area where the environment is often exploited.
A report from Bella Bella B.C., where the crash of the Nathan E. Stewart has contaminated the Heiltsuk First Nation’s waters and land.
The principle of “tensegrity” takes to the Australian rainforest, thanks to sticks, elastic, and artists Jonathon Bolitho and Harry Hock.
Perched atop a Brazilian waterfall, Mariko Mori’s brilliant installation will make its debut before the 2016 Rio Olympics.
As a metaphor for the destruction of the Amazon caused by mining, artist Iván Sikic's 'LOOT' had people digging up to their elbows.
Despite widespread deforestation, researchers are still discovering new species.
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