Our reporting appears often beyond the bounds of the main Mongabay website and its multiple language subdomains when other outlets republish or otherwise use our articles. In the past month many outlets relied on our work including The Guardian which referenced our report about miners invading indigenous peoples’ lands as part of what now seems a prescient article about deforestation in the Amazon accelerating toward the tipping point that everyone’s been discussing in August 2019 following all the fires in Brazil. Quartz republished our India bureau‘s report about how that country’s quest for uranium deposits to meet its nuclear power goals has now reached a tiger reserve in Telangana. That news was then picked up by picked up by Yahoo and The Independent.
Mongabay reports are regularly re-reported or republished like this under our Creative Commons license, and we encourage other media outlets to use our features in their own publications (review our republishing policy and guidelines here).
Here’s a selection of outlets where our reporting was republished, cited, or re-reported during July 2019:
Africa.com, Agence Ecofin, Asian Correspondent, CNBC,Christian Science Monitor, El Comercio, El Desconcierto, Down to Earth, Earth.com, Earther/Gizmodo, EcoBusiness, Ecowatch, El Espectador, Estadao, Eurasia Review, Fast Company, FirstPost, Forbes, Gizmodo, Gizmodo-Brazil, Globo, The Guardian, Huffington Post, IFL Science, The Independent, India Times, International News Lens, Kuensel Online, Lado B, Leader News, Mother Nature Network, Nepali Times, The New Arab, The News Minute, Newsweek, Newsweek-Mexico, Ojo Publico, La Opinion, Pachamama Radio 860 am, Pacific Standard, Pulitzer Center, Quartz, Quartz-India, La Republica, The Revelator, The Saturday Paper, Scroll, La Semana, Solomon Times, Der Spiegel, Tempo, Truthout, El Universal, Vanguardia, The Weather Channel, The Wire, Yahoo Finance, and Yale Environment 360.
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