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As the sun rises over Lake Turkana, Kenya, a group of fishermen set out with their traditional fishing baskets to catch tilapia in the lake's shallow waters.
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In Bonn, ‘superheroes of the environment’ take center stage

By Sophie Bertazzo

June 24, 2019
Speaking at the Global Landscapes Forum, Conservation International President Jennifer Morris called for “radical collaboration” that elevates the rights and roles of the world’s indigenous communities.
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How an unheralded US law could help protect Africa’s forests

By Sophie Bertazzo

June 14, 2019
The head of Conservation International's Africa field division has a suggestion for the continent’s decision-makers: redirect some of your debt to the United States into conserving nature.
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Protected areas see recent rise in legal rollbacks: study

By Olivia DeSmit

May 31, 2019
New study: Rollbacks of legal protections to protected areas are on the rise.
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The most important conservation law you’ve never heard of

By Olivia DeSmit

April 29, 2019
The Tropical Forest Conservation Act, a debt-for-nature program, has already saved more than 68 million acres of tropical forest.
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What on Earth is ‘REDD+’?

By Sophie Bertazzo

March 28, 2019
Human Nature breaks down what “REDD+” is and how it helps to conserve forests.
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