CONSERVATION NEWS

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Coral concerts, fragmented forests, Arctic warming: 3 stories you may have missed

By Kiley Price

December 9, 2019
In case you missed it: Fish are attracted to the sounds of healthy coral reefs, fragmented forests are hurting wildlife and polar ice caps are melting at a faster rate than previously anticipated.
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Your end-of-summer watchlist: nature edition

By Kiley Price

August 15, 2019
Conservation International staff share their favorite nature shows and documentaries to watch this summer.
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How an unheralded US law could help protect Africa’s forests

By Sophie Bertazzo

June 14, 2019
The head of Conservation International's Africa field division has a suggestion for the continent’s decision-makers: redirect some of your debt to the United States into conserving nature.
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Where to target ocean conservation? New research points the way

By Olivia DeSmit

December 20, 2018
Around the world, oceans are providers: of food, of livelihoods, of entire economies. But, where do people depend on them the most? Knowing this could help to better protect marine ecosystems.
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Split image of staghorn coral, Acropora sp., and uninhabited island, Ailuk atoll, Marshall Islands, Pacific
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5 ways that climate change affects the ocean

By Jessica Pink

June 7, 2018
Conservation News examines some of the ways that climate change affects life in the oceans — and what that means for humanity.
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