CONSERVATION NEWS

News, views and features from the front lines of conservation

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In wind-swept Andes, (sustainable) vicuña wool is good as gold

By Kiley Price

November 7, 2019
Find out how one woolly species is supporting conservation work and livelihoods for communities in Bolivia.
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‘Ecological SWAT team’ documents treasures from a lost city

By Bruno Vander Velde

June 20, 2019
A team of scientists completed a biological survey of the “White City” of Honduras, a recently discovered set of ancient ruins deep within the Mosquitia rainforest.
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Your summer reading list: nature edition

By Olivia DeSmit

May 16, 2019
Four books about the environment that you should add to your reading list.
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Relatório da ONU mostra um planeta frágil. Novo livro aponta soluções

By Olivia DeSmit

May 10, 2019
Um relatório recente da ONU pinta uma imagem terrível do mundo natural, mas um novo livro fornece respostas.
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Indonesian province leaps ahead in conservation

By Olivia DeSmit

March 25, 2019
The government of the province of West Papua announced legislation establishing it as Indonesia’s first “conservation province.”
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