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Why chop the Amazon in half?

Why chop the Amazon in half?

The Amazon rainforest is one of the last great wildernesses. A new road project threatens a flood of illegal road building, logging, poaching, and droughts. So why build it?

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Assessing nature's values to people

Assessing nature's values to people

Dr Ro Hill contributes to new global framework for assessment of nature's values to people.

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Looking back at past sea level rises

Looking back at past sea level rises

TESS researcher Prof Sean Ulm highlights risks of future sea-level rise, and the effects of past rises.

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Highlighting governance challenges in Indonesia

Highlighting governance challenges in Indonesia

TESS researchers identify multi-level governance arrangements necessary for improved natural resource management in Lombok.

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Chocolate: brought to you by bugs!

Chocolate: brought to you by bugs!

Samantha Forbes tells the world why insects are crucial for chocolate.

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TESS researchers among top influential authors for 2017

TESS researchers among top influential authors for 2017

TESS article on Amazonian rainforest fragmentation is selected as one of the world's top 20 conservation papers of 2017

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