CONSERVATION NEWS

News, views and features from the front lines of conservation

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Field notes from “Cambodia’s beating heart”

By Sokrith Heng

May 9, 2018
Cambodia is trying to stop the loss of its lifeblood: the fish that thrive in these waters.
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Want to fight climate change? Read these 3 books first

By Shyla Raghav

April 19, 2018
Climate change can seem like an impossibly large problem — what can any one of us do? Three recent books can help point the way.
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Social media turns tide of ocean protection in Brazil

By Morgan Lynch

April 17, 2018
Brazil recently announced the creation of two marine protected areas totaling 900,000 square kilometers.
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Women’s work: Fighting for nature

By Jennifer Morris

March 8, 2018
Jennifer Morris describes her five female role models in conservation.
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To thrive in an uncertain future, islanders look to the past

By Whitney Anderson

February 21, 2018
“Gwala” is the traditional practice of temporarily closing off a reef when it begins to show signs of decline, allowing the ecosystem to recover.
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