How Increasingly Severe El Niños Are Threatening Tropical Forests Around the World
And with tropical forests storing almost 250 billion tons of carbon, their fate has major implications for the Earth's atmosphere.
Our History With Tropical Rainforests Goes Far Deeper Than We Originally Thought
There's a growing body of evidence that humans have been modifying tropical forests for over 40,000 years. What can this history teach modern conservationists?