The man is accused of strangling the British backpacker, and shoving her body inside a suitcase before burying her in a forested area.
And they could provide a glimpse into a climate-changing future.
Like many environmental campaigners I often find myself turning to economic arguments to explain the value of trees and woods
Next time you have an encounter with a tree, or visit a wood, don't keep it to yourself. Trees can't blow their own trumpets, so we need to give them the credit they deserve when they improve our lives.
Ethical travel is becoming more popular, but we still have a negative impact on our environment to the point where it is just a matter of years until some of the most beautiful places on the planet will have disappeared. Not just animals can be endangered; there are also a number of places which could vanish very soon.
Over the first week of the UN climate change negotiations in Poland we have seen the alarming results of studies showing increased decline of tropical forests. It is clear from newly available data from satellite monitoring stations that there are now growing areas being deforested as a result of illegal logging, agriculture and mining.
If we cannot ensure the survival of the Amazon's last nomads who probably more than any people, define what it is to live sustainably, and who ask for nothing other than respect for their land and way of life, what will that say about the path humanity is heading down?
Vestige by Rob Mulholland Glasgow-born conceptual artist Rob Mulholland has installed a new artwork in a Scottish forest
A black bear which wandered onto a university campus in the US state of Colorado was filmed falling from a tree after being
The government will pave the way for cigarette packets to be stripped of all branding, Health Secretary Andrew Lansley has