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Climate change puts the squeeze on wine production

By Lee Hannah, Ph.D.

April 8, 2013
The first global map of future land suitability for vineyards could change everything we think we know about wine.
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Raja Ampat launches Indonesia’s first shark sanctuary

By Matthew Fox

February 21, 2013
Earlier this week, the regency government of West Papua’s Raja Ampat archipelago took the bold step of declaring its entire 46,000 square-kilometer (almost 18,000 square-mile) marine domain a shark sanctuary — Indonesia’s first.
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‘Scaly Anteater’ Rehab Center Opens in Cambodia

By Annette Olsson

January 30, 2013
Late last month, CI’s Cambodian Pangolin Conservation Program opened the Pangolin Rehabilitation Center (PRC) near Phnom Penh.
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A history of discovery in the Bird’s Head Seascape

By Mark Erdmann, Ph.D.

March 8, 2011
A history of discovery in the Bird’s Head Seascape
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Floating education center works with the next generation in Indonesia

By Molly Bergen

February 9, 2011
Here at Conservation International, many of our marine conservation activities are grand in nature, focused on connecting distant ecosystems and forging ambitious international policies for ocean health. But on the other end of the spectrum, we have projects like the MV Kalabia — our floating...
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