CONSERVATION NEWS

News, views and features from the front lines of conservation

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Expert: Rollbacks of environmental protections imperil nature — and human health

By Kiley Price

June 28, 2020
In a recent op-ed for Scientific American, a Conservation International social scientist stressed the importance of strengthening environmental protections to prevent future pandemics.
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Conservationists: Despite pandemic, ‘there is still work to do’

By Kiley Price

June 24, 2020
Conservation News asked three conservationists to explain their new realities during the COVID-19 pandemic — and why saving nature is really about saving ourselves.
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Surging emissions, raining plastic, pregnancy risks: 3 stories you may have missed

By Kiley Price

June 22, 2020
In case you missed it: Global greenhouse gas emissions are rapidly rising as countries ease COVID-19 restrictions, plastic pollution is growing across national parks in the western United States, and new research revealed that heat and air pollution could cause birthing problems for pregnant women,...
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For billions without clean water, ‘wash your hands’ is complicated

By Kiley Price

June 17, 2020
Conservation News spoke with Conservation International’s Colleen Sorto about how when it comes to water and human health, where your water comes from can be just as important as how you use it.
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How are race, environment linked? Start here

By Kiley Price

June 16, 2020
A list of books, podcasts and more recommended by Conservation International staff that explores the link between race and the environment.
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