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There will be almost 2 billion additional urban dwellers by 2030. In the face of this massive urban growth, how can we protect plants and animals that are endemic to different regions around the world?
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Protected areas are the most common tool used by conservationists to protect biodiversity. But what if they don’t actually work?
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Conservancy scientist Eddie Game explains how acoustics could revolutionize conservation data collection.
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Prairie chickens were once so abundant in the Great Plains that they were hunted for the market and shipped by the trainload to New York City. Could prairie restoration bring them booming back?
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A week spent living and working in an active logging camp deep in some of Myanmar’s best remaining teak forests where people are working to save their most valuable natural resource, before it’s too late.
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New research from The Nature Conservancy demonstrates that savanna fire management has the potential to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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To all the benefits of coral reefs, add one more: flood reduction. Without coral reefs, annual global damages from flooding would double.
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Five stories of unusual wildlife “dads” in honor of Father’s Day.
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Acid mine drainage devastates streams, but there are surprising efforts underway in Coal Country.
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Cool Green Science by Matthew L. Miller - 2w ago

Three great reads on invasive toads, local wildlife and Gombe.
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