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We Are Still In

We Are Still In

WWF June 17, 2017 0

Climate change is a serious threat to the economic prosperity, national security, and public health and welfare of the United States and nations around the globe. That’s why more than 190 nations came together

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Five Whale Questions with WWF’s Leigh Henry

Five Whale Questions with WWF’s Leigh Henry

WWF June 7, 2017 0

WWF Senior Policy Officer in Species Conservation, Leigh Henry, leads policy efforts related to wildlife conservation. Since joining the WWF family in 2001, she has helped lead WWF’s efforts with the International Whaling Commission among

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Nat Hab Employees Help Build a Trail in Boulder County

Nat Hab Employees Help Build a Trail in Boulder County

Nick Grossman June 1, 2017 0

On a sunny spring morning in the Colorado foothills, 18 Natural Habitat Adventures office employees grabbed some tools and got to work building a new trail on nearby Heil Valley Ranch open space. By

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Fishing for Trash: How Travel Keeps Galapagos National Park Pristine

Fishing for Trash: How Travel Keeps Galapagos National Park Pristine

WWF April 22, 2017 1

In a place as remote as the Galapagos Islands, I expected to encounter a pristine wild habitat, nearly unspoiled by human activity. I was rewarded with such an experience, snorkeling with dozens of sea

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Development Threatens Nearly Half of All Natural World Heritage Sites

Development Threatens Nearly Half of All Natural World Heritage Sites

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 18, 2017 2

The Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System. The Galapagos Islands of Ecuador. Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona. These are just three of the 238 natural and mixed (cultural and natural) sites designated as World

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Together Possible: Uniting to Double the World’s Tigers

Together Possible: Uniting to Double the World’s Tigers

WWF April 5, 2017 0

Ninety-seven percent. In the last 100 years, tiger populations have declined that dramatically, from 100,000 to as few as 3,200 in the wild today. And it’s humans—through rampant poaching and habitat destruction—who are driving

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