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The Galápagos Islands’ Least Famous Residents: Its People

By Molly Bergen

January 27, 2015
Human inhabitants of the Galápagos are important characters in its history, for better and worse.
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Urban Jungle: Singapore Leads the Way on Green Space

By David Emmett

January 13, 2015
Singapore is a giant in the corporate and financial sectors. Perhaps surprisingly, it’s also a haven for nature.
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Raiders of the Corn: Reducing Human-monkey Conflict in the Indian Himalaya

By Martina Anandam

October 10, 2014
How a team of researchers is working with communities to protect farmers’ crops — and the animals that are destroying them.
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The story of Indonesia’s Ciliwung River — upstream and down

By Andrew Kolb

September 2, 2014
Jakarta is facing the perfect storm of water issues. Here’s what CI is doing about it.
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3 Reasons Timorese Women Aren’t More Involved in Conservation Efforts

By Kate Proud

August 5, 2014
The latest post in our “Gender + Conservation” blog series shares some interesting findings in Timor-Leste.
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