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Costa Rican Murder Shines Light on Poaching, Drug Nexus

June 18, 2013

Police are still looking for environmentalist Jairo Mora Sandoval’s murderers.

Threats Fly as Peru Cops Seize Timber

June 2, 2013

Natives seek protection from predatory loggers

Uncontacted Group Kills Two Natives in Ecuador

March 11, 2013

Reprisals, “forced contact” campaign feared after attack in Yasuní Park

Massacre Feared in Venezuela

August 30, 2012

Brazilian prospectors said to raze Yanomami village with explosives and gunfire

As the Clock Ticks, Trees Fall in the Brazilian Amazon

May 15, 2012

Rights groups call on government to impose the law in the lawless jungle

Illegal Logging Takes Its Toll in the Amazon

April 18, 2012

New study says U.S. firms importing millions of dollars worth of ill-gotten timber

About Scott:

Scott Wallace is a writer, producer and photojournalist who goes after big, hard-hitting stories, wherever they may be. His assignments have taken him from the deepest Amazon to the Alaskan Arctic, from clandestine arms bazaars in post-Soviet Russia to raids on suspected fedayeen hideouts in the slums of Baghdad.

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