CONSERVATION NEWS

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New tool could map out how countries adapt to a changing world

By Sophie Bertazzo

November 9, 2016
The latest edition of CI’s podcast series, “Inside Science,” explores the groundbreaking possibilities of the Resilience Atlas.
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In palm oil, Liberia sees economic boom — but forests may lose

By Sophie Bertazzo

October 28, 2016
CI Liberia’s Liam Walsh explains the opportunities and challenges that increased palm oil production could pose for the country.
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To improve crop yields, just add trees

By Syaiful Purba

October 20, 2016
In an Indonesian province plagued by deforestation, a group of women farmers has found a more sustainable way to feed their families.
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Want to change the world? Give women land rights

By Kame Westerman

October 14, 2016
More women than ever are growing the world’s food — yet men continue to make most land-use decisions.
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Historic airline emissions agreement could be good news for forests

By Jamey Anderson

October 13, 2016
A new international agreement on aviation emissions has the potential to boost forest conservation, for the benefit of people and the planet.
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