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No, seriously. A frog from Sehuencas, Bolivia, named Romeo, has been looking for a mate for the past 10 years, but with no luck.

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Journalism is recognized and valued for its role in generating awareness and influencing both discourse and change.

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Carnaval in Brazil is for dancing, dressing up, and celebrating in the streets; however, the environment often suffers from the festivities.

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Working on the “Oceans and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate” report, 125 environmental experts are convening in Quito, Ecuador for their research.

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Being an environmentalist is extremely risky business.

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Deforestation in the Amazon, in favor of grazing lands and agriculture, has been a threat to humans and wildlife in the region over the past decade.

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Studies show that in the last ten years, close to a million acres of Amazonian rainforest have been converted to agricultural land.

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Before the International Bird Fair in Cali, Colombia on the February 16, zoologist Carlos Mario Wagner tells us the story behind the event.

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After a letter by experts and a concerted meeting with overseers of the Thomas der Hammen Reserve, the Ministry of Environment stopped the endeavor to allow companies to perform deforestation that is under the evaluation and oversight of environmentalists.

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The new Accusatory Penal System in Panama allows individuals convicted of poaching endangered wildlife to commute their sentences to a “day fine” instead of serving time in jail.

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