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2021 in review: New maps, tech could help fight climate breakdown and biodiversity loss

By Kiley Price

December 30, 2021
From analyzing climate impacts to developing new conservation technology, scientists at Conservation International stayed busy this year as they worked to help stop climate breakdown and biodiversity loss. Here are a few breakthroughs from 2021.
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2021 in review: In a critical year for climate, nature took center stage

By Will McCarry

December 22, 2021
Nature saw ups and downs in 2021, and Conservation News was there for it all. This month, we are revisiting some of the most significant stories of the past year.
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In Bolivian Andes, new protected area offers ‘a breath of fresh air’

By Kiley Price

March 25, 2021
With support from Conservation International, the municipality of Guanay in Bolivia established a law to protect one-third of its land.
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2020 was supposed to be the ‘super year for nature.’ What now?

By Kiley Price

April 22, 2020
As the pandemic continues, Conservation International climate experts offer the steps that countries and individuals must take to ensure that postponing climate conferences won’t mean postponing action.
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Study: Protect these places — or face climate doom

By Kiley Price

March 31, 2020
To stop climate catastrophe, there are certain places on Earth that we simply cannot afford to destroy, according to new research by Conservation International scientists.
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