Climatic conditions play an increasingly important role for the maintenance of pollinator diversity.
Indigenous reservations comprise just under 14% of Brazil's territory, covering some 110 million hectares of native vegetation.
Extensive logging and burning may be pushing the Amazon's rainforests towards a tipping point.
Large-scale tree planting won't be enough to avoid climate disaster, but it can play a role in mitigating effects.
The number of tree species on Earth is around 73,000, or about 14% more than the species currently known.
The great Amazon land grab: Brazil’s government is turning public land private, driving deforestation
Much of this land is cleared for cattle ranches and soybean farms, threatening biodiversity and the Earth’s climate.