National Geographic. “More rainbows are in our future—and that’s a bad omen” by Alejandra Borunda.

Mongabay. “To be effective, zero-deforestation pledges need a critical mass, study shows” by Sarah Sax.

Nature Climate Change. “High chances of rainbows” by Jasper Franke.

Inside Climate News. “Finally, a Climate Change Silver Lining: More Rainbows” by Katelyn Weisbrod.

The Weather Channel. “New Research Suggests Climate Change Could Make Rainbows More Common.”

Forbes. “More Rainbows Could Be A Climate Change Silver Lining” by James Broughel.


Mongabay. “An eye in the sky on deforestation: Q&A with Jean Jardeleza and Kim Carlson” by Claudia Geib.


Mongabay. “Connected forests key to more sustainable palm oil industry: report.” Lauren Crothers.

Texas Public Radio: The Source. “Palm Oil: A Powerful Industry That Boosts Economies, Drives Migration.” Hosted by David Martin Davies and produced by Kim Johnson and Jan Ross Piedad.

The Economist. “A Pale Shade of Green: The palm-oil industry’s effort to curb deforestation has lots of flaws.”


Science. “Certification of oil palm production.” Andrew M. Sugden.


Mongabay. “RSPO certification prunes deforestation in Indonesia — but not by much.” John C. Cannon.


Environmental Research Web. “Water-table depth can reveal soil carbon loss.” Jon Cartwright.

University of Minnesota Institute on the Environment. “Tropical peatland carbon losses from oil palm plantations may be underestimated.” Monique Dubos.


Fondriest. “Rapid growth of oil palm plantations threatens stream water quality.” Jeff Gillies.

Mongabay. “Oil palm plantations degrade water quality relative to community forests.” Rhett Butler.

Food Navigator. “Palm oil plantations threaten water quality, warn researchers.” Nathan Gray.


Scientific American. “Stop Burning Rain Forests for Palm Oil.”


New York Times. “A Grim Portrait of Palm Oil Emissions.” Joanna M. Foster.

Washington Post. “EPA faces crucial climate decision on diesel made from palm oil.” Brad Plumber.

Nature News. “Palm-oil boom raises conservation concerns.” Natasha Gilbert.