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Amplifying Indigenous voices, seafood solutions, mammal migrations: 3 stories you may have missed

By Vanessa Bauza

March 1, 2021
In case you missed it: A conservationist talks about an organization that puts Indigenous peoples at the core of its conservation strategies, new tools are helping combat human rights abuses in the seafood industry and a new study found that dozens of species are migrating up the slopes of...
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New science: protecting high seas hotspots, wildlife and more

By Kiley Price

February 25, 2021
Protecting nature starts with science. Here’s a roundup of recent scientific research published by Conservation International experts.
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Power grid pandemonium, wildlife trafficking, ferret clone: 3 stories you may have missed

By Kiley Price

February 22, 2021
In case you missed it: Extreme weather events could overwhelm electrical grids across the United States, the global wildlife trade is decimating local species populations and an endangered ferret was just cloned in the United States.
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Climate hits, misses and more: 3 stories you may have missed

By Vanessa Bauza

February 16, 2021
In case you missed it: Some countries have included fossil fuel investments in their economic recovery plans, Africa is reducing its pollution while improving its economy and Hong Kong is seeking to reduce its skyscrapers’ environmental footprint.
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Looking ahead: After lost year, urgency rises for climate, nature policy

By Kiley Price

February 11, 2021
With world leaders once again set to convene at a series of environmental negotiations later this year, two Conservation International climate experts spoke to Conservation News about the year ahead, and what has to happen.
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