CONSERVATION NEWS

News, views and features from the front lines of conservation

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Trond Larsen

‘Ecological SWAT team’ documents treasures from a lost city

By Bruno Vander Velde

June 20, 2019
A team of scientists completed a biological survey of the “White City” of Honduras, a recently discovered set of ancient ruins deep within the Mosquitia rainforest.
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Protected areas good for health, wealth: study

By Olivia DeSmit

April 3, 2019
Protected areas can be good for both wildlife and people, according to a new study.
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Gerry Allen

6 ways you can help marine life today

By Olivia DeSmit

March 1, 2019
We turn our attention to life below water — and what you can do for the creatures living there. Human Nature tapped six Conservation International experts for their best tips to help marine species, whether you’re commuting to work or whale-watching on vacation.
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Where to target ocean conservation? New research points the way

By Olivia DeSmit

December 20, 2018
Around the world, oceans are providers: of food, of livelihoods, of entire economies. But, where do people depend on them the most? Knowing this could help to better protect marine ecosystems.
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The Silonay community is working together to plant a mangrove forest that will protect the ecology and their future.
Nandini Narayanan

Companies largely blind to magnitude of climate change risks, new study finds

By Bruno Vander Velde

December 10, 2018
A new study found companies are largely underreporting the financial implications of climate risks to investors.
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