Desde el ecuador hasta el Ártico, es probable que aumenten los incendios forestales y que el cambio climático los empeore, según un nuevo informe de las Naciones Unidas. La acción todavía es posible, dicen los autores.
New data from vegetal charcoal in northwest India supports the theory of paleowildfires as a global phenomenon and an evolutionary force for biodiversity.
From the equator to the Arctic, wildfires are likely to increase, and climate change can make them worse, according to a new United Nations report. Action is still possible, say the authors.
A team of researchers in Brazil and the United States uncovered the importance of the mechanism of oxidation—a process with the potential to affect climate and precipitation across the tropics.
A bill in the Brazilian congress could grant a wide expansion for mining on Indigenous lands. New research shows how this could radically affect isolated peoples.
At COP26, the Science Panel for the Amazon is emphasizing the need for Indigenous and Local Knowledge to inform scientific and policy recommendations.
The Science Panel for the Amazon prepares to launch its first report, the most comprehensive document on the rain forest so far.
For the first time, a study analyzes Amazon forest loss and recovery at national and subnational levels. One finding shows that new plantings offset less than 10% of emissions associated with deforestation.
Un estudio de caso en Brasil apunta a una profunda brecha de género que aún debe abordarse en el debate sobre la formulación de políticas.
The sophisticated new research station will allow for better science on the icy continent.