Food and forests: Bolivia’s balancing act

  BOGOR, Indonesia—In Bolivia, Mother Earth has the right to life, biodiversity, clean water and air, equilibrium, restoration and pollution-free living. That law, passed in 2012, gives humans the duty to protect those rights. But the landlocked country in the heart of South America is also committed to expanding food production to meet the needs... Read more

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