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2021 in review: Covid raged on — but nature provided hope

By Kiley Price

December 21, 2021
In 2021, Conservation News covered how nature has helped communities stay afloat during the pandemic — and why conservation is critical for public health. Here are some of our most-read stories of the year.
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A scientist’s view: Critics of carbon markets miss the mark

By Bronson Griscom

November 9, 2021
According to a Conservation International expert, carbon markets offer two things we need to stop climate breakdown: speed and reach.
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Coffee farmers in Vilcaniza, Alto Mayo
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As pandemic pounded Peru, one region thrived on coffee, carbon

By Vanessa Bauza

April 9, 2021
Across Peru, the COVID-19 pandemic has left millions without jobs. But in the Alto Mayo Protected Forest, where the Amazon meets the Andes, coffee farmers were spared much of the economic devastation that gripped Peru’s cities and towns.
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coffee-beans
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Report: Coffee companies pledge to tackle the bitter consequences of climate change

By Kiley Price

February 1, 2021
Freshly brewed, a new report on the future of sustainable coffee offers grounds for optimism.
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Climate Week: The climate solution in your cup

By Kiley Price

September 25, 2020
This year, at New York Climate Week, one conservationist offered a climate-friendly solution to producing one of the world’s favorite crops: coffee.
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