It's been a bad decade for environmental activist folks, with the numbers of deaths spiraling upward. Brazil's the worst, with Honduras coming in a distant second.
Between 2002 and 2013, at least 908 activists were killed in 35 countries – with only 10 convictions.
But tree huggers aren't the only ones:
In Honduras, the second most dangerous country, 93 peasant farmers in the fertile Bajo Aguan region have been murdered since 2010 amid land conflicts with agribusinesses expanding African palms plantations that are traded globally on the lucrative carbon credits scheme.
No comment thus far from AlGore. His precious carbon credits are evidently worth killing people over.