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    Stress of research takes a toll on lab chimps' mental states Click here for the full article By CHRIS ADAMS McClatchy Newspapers  Phelan… Read more...
Losses from deforestation top $36 billion in Indonesian Borneo Illegal forest conversion by mining and plantation companies in Indonesian Borneo has cost the state $36… Read more...
Indonesian official: REDD+ forest conservation plan need not limit growth of palm oil industry Indonesia's low carbon development strategy will not impede the palm oil… Read more...
Tropical Peat Forests in Trouble Southeast Asia boasts nearly 250,000 square kilometers of peat swamp forests, which host creatures such as orangutans and the world's… Read more...
Malaysian palm oil giant in fight with forest people gets rebuke from RSPO A Malaysian palm oil company facing criticism for a land dispute with… Read more...
Chimps, bonobos yield clues to social brain It's been a puzzle why our two closest living primate relatives, chimpanzees and bonobos, have widely different social… Read more...
Vanishing mangroves are carbon sequestration powerhouses Mangroves may be the world's most carbon rich forests, according to a new study in Nature Geoscience. Measuring the… Read more...
Timber exports to spiral up this year on higher demand KUALA LUMPUR: Timber products exports are to increase this year following higher demand from Japan… Read more...
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