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To save elephants, it takes a village

[ad_1] Kenya’s Reteti Elephant Sanctuary — the first community-owned elephant sanctuary in East Africa — provides a place for injured

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Climate, biodiversity fight gets $5B shot in the arm

[ad_1] The fight to stop climate change and biodiversity loss just got a major boost.  In an announcement today at

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Amid a deforestation crisis, two countries plant seeds of hope

[ad_1] Earth lost 3.7 million hectares (9.2 million acres) of tropical forest last year, an area nearly the size of

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What drives deforestation — and how can we stop it?

[ad_1] This summer, dangerous heatwaves have shattered records around the world. The extreme temperatures would be “virtually impossible” without human-caused

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As coffee demand grows, farmers work to deliver a sustainable brew

[ad_1] For two decades, Conservation International has worked with Starbucks to support responsible coffee farming, protect biodiversity and reduce the

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In hottest year on record, nature is a key climate ally

[ad_1] It’s off the charts: 2023 has been the hottest year on record by a wide margin. Across the world, skyrocketing

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New data shows loss in Earth’s vital carbon sinks — and reasons for hope

[ad_1] Earth has lost 2 billion metric tons of “irrecoverable carbon” since 2018 — an amount greater than the United

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Home sweet home for Madagascar’s lemurs?

[ad_1] This post was updated on October 2, 2019. Lemurs are making themselves at home in Madagascar’s cacao and vanilla

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One-fifth of Mekong River fish face extinction

[ad_1] Unsustainable development has pushed one-fifth of the fish in the Mekong River — the lifeblood of Southeast Asia —

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Biologist’s keen eye spots (another) new species in the Pacific

[ad_1] Diving in the waters of Samoa, Mark Erdmann watched as a haze of colorful little fish — each no