CONSERVATION NEWS

News, views and features from the front lines of conservation

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To protect its precious tuna, Pacific islands look to the north

By Morgan Lynch

January 19, 2018
Leaders from the Pacific Islands learn about fisheries management from Iceland.
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Fish or hydropower? New research eases choices in one of world’s most important rivers

By Morgan Lynch

December 15, 2017
CI scientist’s research finds harmony between fish and hydropower.
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Coral and reef fish seen on a scuba diving excursion to Black Rock.
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Where reefs are restaurants, challenge is keeping them stocked

By Eva Schemmel

December 11, 2017
Scientists develop research to curb overfishing in Hawaiian Islands.
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For Colombia’s fishers, embracing sustainability brings better pay

By Maria Claudia Diazgranados

November 28, 2017
The EcoGourmet program connects independent fishers to local restaurants.
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To save elephants, it takes a village

By Leah Duran

November 1, 2017
Kenya’s Reteti Elephant Sanctuary — the first community-owned elephant sanctuary in East Africa — provides a place for injured elephants to heal and a home for elephants orphaned by poaching.
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