CONSERVATION NEWS

News, views and features from the front lines of conservation

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Conservation in pop culture: an elephant film, a ‘climate-friendly’ cookbook and more

By Kiley Price

December 3, 2019
In an occasional series, we review shows, podcasts and more that bring nature to life for you.
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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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4 science stories you may have missed: ocean edition

By Kiley Price

October 2, 2019
Here’s a roundup of recent science published by Conservation International experts.
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Conservation business, seaweed forests, fleeing climate change: 3 stories you may have missed

By Kiley Price

September 3, 2019
In case you missed it: Conservation International has launched an investment fund to help conservation businesses grow, seaweed forests can offset carbon emissions and some communities are "retreating" from their homes in the face of climate change.
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Saving gorillas ‘one sip at a time’

By Olivia DeSmit

September 25, 2018
Human Nature spoke with Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka, a founding member of Gorilla Conservation Coffee Conservation Coffee, a program that is working to save gorillas “one sip at a time.”
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