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Traditional forestry, avian alarms, pandemic food waste: 3 stories you may have missed

By Kiley Price

April 27, 2020
In case you missed it: A traditional farming technique is supporting reforestation in the Amazon, a small bird with a piercing call could help save rhinos from poachers in Africa and decaying food waste could release massive amounts of greenhouse gases.
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Fossil fuel divestment, Aboriginal knowledge, avian discoveries: 3 stories you may have missed

By Kiley Price

January 21, 2020
In case you missed it: BlackRock CEO pledges that the firm will avoid investments in companies that pose a "high sustainability-related risk," indigenous peoples could help manage fires in Australia and 10 new birds were discovered in Indonesia.
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2019 in review: For indigenous peoples, a year of action

By Kiley Price

December 18, 2019
This month, Conservation News is revisiting some of the most interesting and significant stories and issues we covered in 2019.
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‘Protecting nature, building peace’: Indigenous activist wins prestigious award

By Kiley Price

November 14, 2019
Conservation International’s Senior Indigenous Fellow Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim wins the 2019 Pritzker Emerging Environmental Genius Award.
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Without traditional knowledge, there is no climate change solution

By Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim

November 12, 2018
Traditional indigenous knowledge is the key to solving climate change.
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