By Nancy Harris, Octavia Aris Payne and Sarah Alix Mann for WRI With the world's appetite for chocolate at an all-time high, producers are looking for new places to grow cacao-the raw ingredient in cocoa and chocolate. Some are turning to South America, where satellite images show one cacao plantati...

By Nancy Harris, Octavia Aris Payne and Sarah Alix Mann for WRI With the world's appetite for chocolate at an all-time high, producers are looking for new places to grow cacao-the raw ingredient in cocoa and chocolate. Some are turning to South America, where satellite images show one cacao plantation encroaching dramatically on the Amazon rainforest.

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