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Pacific islands face hardships as tuna follow warming waters

By Olivia DeSmit

July 1, 2019
Human Nature spoke with a tuna expert about the powerful ways climate change will affect tuna populations.
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End-of-summer reading list: 4 staff picks

By Jessica Pink

August 22, 2018
As summer draws to a close, here are the five environmental books Conservation International staff can’t put down.
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The Vaka, a traditional double-hulled voyaging canoe
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How one ocean voyager uses tradition to connect to the future

By Nicole Han

February 23, 2018
Voyagers in Samoa use the Va’a as a way to connect with other cultures while learning to live in harmony with nature.
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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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Climate-induced species migrations could upend human society: study

By Sophie Bertazzo

April 3, 2017
A new study in Science on climate change’s effect on mass species migration reveals the impact on humans will be monumental.
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