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The death of Antonio Bolívar, an Indigenous elder in the Amazon Rainforest

Bolívar, who achieved fame appearing in the film “Embrace of the Serpent," as a man forgetting his roots, is believed to have been infected by the coronavirus.

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Could a green new deal turn South Korea from climate villain to model?

South Korea's youngest MP is on a mission, inspired by Greta Thunberg, as climate moves up the political agenda.

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Judge nixes bid to stop coal sales that Trump revived

A judge threw out a lawsuit on Friday from a coalition of states, environmental groups and American Indians which sought to revive an Obama-era moratorium against U.S. government coal sales on public lands in the West.

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Is environmental activism bad for business? History suggests not

The Trump administration says that environmental concerns need to take a backseat to financial relief right now. But experience shows this thinking may be wrong and the studies back that up.
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G.O.P. coronavirus message: Crisis is a Green New Deal preview

As the economy melts down, embattled conservatives are testing a political response: saying Democratic climate policies would bring similar pain.
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Deforestation of Amazon rainforest accelerates amid COVID-19 pandemic

An historic assault is being waged on the Amazon rainforest and the indigenous people who have called it home for thousands of years.
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Trump administration seeks to muzzle activist shareholders

New rules proposed by the SEC could reduce proposals for environmental and sustainable governance issues, while benefitting corporations like Exxon Mobil.
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Celia Hunter first dreamt of flying over Alaska—then she went to work saving it

She flew bush planes, she built one of Alaska's first backcountry huts, and then she worked tirelessly to protect the state's wilderness.
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Earth Day’s gone digital. here's where to find it

New York offers many ways to celebrate online. You can hike, play environmental games, conduct experiments, meet scientists and blast into space — all without leaving home.
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50 years of Earth Day: What's better today, and what's worse

Here are 10 big environmental victories — and 10 big failures.
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Earth Day: How the environmental movement was born

It is the largest environmental movement in history. Fifty years on, Future Planet talks to Earth Day's original and present-day organisers.

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Environmental activist killed in Mexico - the third this year

The UN office of the high commissioner for human rights said Adán Vez Lira was shot on 8 April while he rode his motorcycle in the township of Actopan, in the Gulf coast state of Veracruz.

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