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Many more species at risk from tree plantations in Southeast Asia

The quest for economic growth in many Southeast Asian countries is taking a toll on hundreds of species of mammals, birds, and amphibians as natural forests are cleared to make way for tree plantations.

Philippines: 'Our environment is worth more than palm oil'

The rainforest land and ancestral homes of small farmers and indigenous peoples of the Philippines are under threat, as the Philippine government plans to promote oil palm plantations on a vast scale.

Summer travel: The historic grand homes of Northern Virginia Special

The Washington, D.C. area is full of early American history. While the U.S. is a young country, its beginning history is still highly preserved in many locations.

Alien eradication law has gardeners in a huff (funny video)

Over 9,000 species of alien plants, trees and shrubs are colonising and destroying the fragile South African environment. The government now is cracking down hard on owners of gardens and plantations whose alien plants cause so much damage.
 

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Traditional oil palm plantations that are managed and owned by ordinary people in Kampar regency  Ri...
Traditional oil palm plantations that are managed and owned by ordinary people in Kampar regency, Riau.
Wagino
Photograph of workers in a sugar cane field. Loads of sugar cane are being piled up on wooden carts ...
Photograph of workers in a sugar cane field. Loads of sugar cane are being piled up on wooden carts strapped to mules. Uncut fields of cane can be seen in the background. Sugar cane is one of the chief economic crops of Jamaica.; This belongs to a series of Church of Scotland Foreign Missions Committee lantern slides relating to Jamaica.
Unknown author/ Circa 1875/1940

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