CONSERVATION NEWS

News, views and features from the front lines of conservation

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Yellowstone wolves, policy rollbacks, snail trafficking: 3 stories you may have missed

By Kiley Price

July 20, 2020
In case you missed it: Wolves in Yellowstone National Park are helping to create more resilient elk populations, changes to one of the United States’ most important conservation laws could increase greenhouse gas emissions and disrupt wildlife habitats, and the illegal wildlife trade is driving the...
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What does gender have to do with conservation?

By Leah Duran

March 9, 2018
Human Nature talked to Conservation International field staff about their perspectives on why gender matters in conservation. 
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Illegal fishing threatens the ‘aquarium of the world’

By Morgan Lynch

January 23, 2018
Conservation International’s Edgardo Ochoa talks about to curb threats to the Gulf of California.
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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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Why national monument protection matters

By Morgan Lynch

December 1, 2017
Here are the top stories to read about national monuments protection before Trump’s visit to Utah.
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