Mongabay in the News: October 9 – 16

The following is a selection of media coverage featuring Mongabay.

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FEATURED

If a Tree Falls in a National Park … (10/6/2015)
By Saul Elbein under the Mongabay Special Reporting Initiatives (SRI) program.

REPUBLISHED

Policy Innovations (10/9/2015)
Hidden Cameras, Prosecutions, and Passion: Confronting the Corruption at the Heart of Africa’s Illegal Wildlife Trade

Eco-Business.com (10/16/2015)
Palm oil company caught destroying primary forest in endangered ecosystem

DeSmog Blog (10/16/2015)
River supplying Alberta oil sands operations with water at risk from drought

Eco-Business.com (10/16/2015)
Environmentalists win ‘landmark’ case against biofuel project in Sri Lanka

Positive News (10/16/2015)
1.4 million Brazilians sign zero deforestation bill

ENN (10/15/15)
Noise: an invisible threat that harms wildlife, degrades habitats

MENTIONS

Bloomberg View (10/16/2015)
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Straits Times (10/16/2015)
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Think Progress (10/8/2015)
Good news! Some corals show surprising resilience to ocean acidification

e15.cz (10/16/2015)
New report finds decreasing human impact on the environment

CITATIONS

Cambodia.org (10/16/2015)
Cambodian communities follow different routes to justice over Socfin rubber project

TheBodia (10/16/2015)
Cambodian communities follow different routes to justice over Socfin rubber project

Daily Climate (10/16/2015)
New research shows just how much better recycled paper is for forests

TheAcademic.org (10/15/15)
Environmentalists win “landmark” case against biofuel project in Sri Lanka

InfoLanka (10/15/15)
Environmentalists win “landmark” case against biofuel project in Sri Lanka

Spektrum (10/15/15)
Hog-nosed rat discovered in Sulawesi is so unique it’s been placed in its own genus

Diply (10/16/2015)
Brazil’s soy moratorium dramatically reduced Amazon deforestation

Aftenposten (10/16/2015)
Tropical deforestation could disrupt rainfall globally

Policy Support (10/16/2015)
Indigenous leaders present plan to gov’t for Suriname’s largest official protected area