CONSERVATION NEWS

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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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Biden administration action, zebra risks, artificial intelligence answers: 3 stories you may have missed

By Kiley Price

January 25, 2021
In case you missed it: The Biden administration is taking steps toward climate action, unusual coloration in zebras signals a pattern of inbreeding that is putting the species at risk and new technology could help map the world’s trees more accurately.
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2020 in review: A pandemic infected millions. Nature can help prevent another one

By Kiley Price

December 9, 2020
This month, Conservation News is revisiting some of the most interesting and significant stories and issues we covered in 2020.
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Kenya’s wildlife tourism, a casualty of COVID, gets a lifeline

By Kiley Price

November 19, 2020
The loss of tourism revenue in the Maasai Mara could spell trouble for the very species that tourists come to see. Now, wildlife conservancies are getting a lifeline.
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Pandemic prevention, African oil, Antarctic krill concern: 3 stories you may have missed

By Kiley Price

November 2, 2020
In case you missed it: A new report outlines five strategies to reduce the risk of future pandemics with nature, oil drilling could soon begin in the Okavango region of Africa, and climate change and overfishing could negatively impact Antarctic krill.
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