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Conservation International Response to Alto Mayo Article Posted by Sapiens.org

of COVID-19, which battered Peru’s economy. The project has reduced pressures on the region’s wildlife, among

Cactuses are struggling to beat the heat: 3 stories you may have missed

Loayza Grisi ) Further reading: Expert: To prevent pandemics like COVID-19, ‘take care

Nature meets culture: Invasive species recipes, snares to sculptures and more

in hidden Bolivian valley Poaching, deforestation reportedly on the rise since COVID-19 lockdowns

In fishing industry, women face hidden hardships: study

especially harmful during the COVID-19 pandemic because working in close quarters can increase the risk

U.S., Peru trade debt for nature

on added significance during the COVID-19 pandemic, as many debt-vulnerable countries weathered economic

Meet 3 Indigenous women fighting for the future of the Amazon

to respiratory issues, making it a critical resource to alleviate COVID-19 symptoms. Through

Your summer reading list to connect with nature — wherever you are

to COVID-19, and it has provided much-needed solace and perspective during these strange times. Also

Nature meets culture: Fungal fashion, two-wheeled tourism and more

development is delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Until then, you can watch the film here. Learn more

Study: Could the Amazon become ground zero for the world’s next pandemic?

that a zoonotic virus such as COVID-19, Ebola or bird flu could emerge. Using a new model in our study, we

Protecting nature to prevent pandemics costs just 1% of fighting them

biodiversity loss could help prevent future pandemics like COVID-19, stop climate breakdown and support

Nature meets culture: Connect with nature — from your couch

To curb the spread of COVID-19, cities across the globe are requiring residents to limit their time outside their homes — which can make it difficult to reconnect with nature. Until self-quarantine ends, here is a review of new shows, podcasts and more that can help bring nature to life for you, wherever you are. Digital treks to help people explore nature — without leaving the couch As days blur into weeks of self-isolation amid the coronavirus pandemic, life within the four walls of your

News spotlight: Sea creatures could harbor the next generation of medications, but are they at risk?

squirt is in clinical trials for treating COVID-19, Stephanie Stone reported for Scientific

Notes from the field: Protection protocol and revitalizing grasslands

COVID-19, 'take care of nature' Notes from the field: Protecting forests to benefit people Notes

Accountability and Grievance Mechanism

to community health, safety and security (e.g., use of security personnel, COVID-19 protections, road

Bikepacking for Conservation Program

to COVID-19. Please do not travel to the park at this time Film shot and edited by Rugile Kaladyte

Scaling Holistic and Human Rights-Centered Approaches to Small-Scale Fisheries

and, most recently, the COVID-19 pandemic. “With this agreement, we’re formalizing our longstanding

We know the steps to prevent future pandemics – when will leaders take them?

the likelihood of a new pandemic like COVID-19, while also safeguarding indigenous peoples, biodiversity

Study: Warming Waters Threaten Tuna-Dependent Economies in the Pacific

food systems already heavily impacted by COVID-19. This critical situation has already been raised

Our Future Forests–­Amazonia Verde: Inaugural Fellowship Honors 24 Indigenous Women as Leaders in Amazonian Environmental Future

. Connectivity is key to the Fellowship, and, in the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic, Fellows have

New initiative to stem biodiversity loss in global fashion supply chains

to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the fashion industry was estimated to generate $1.5 trillion in 2020

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