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Tigers and Jungle Scenes Decorate Indian Train Station to Inspire Conservation

Tigers and Jungle Scenes Decorate Indian Train Station to Inspire Conservation

Julie Waggoner July 18, 2016 Comments Off on Tigers and Jungle Scenes Decorate Indian Train Station to Inspire Conservation

The hundreds of thousands of tourists who pass through Sawai Madhopur on their way to search for tigers in the famous Ranthambore National Park and Tiger Reserve in eastern Rajasthan now have something more

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The Galápagos: Conservation in Action

The Galápagos: Conservation in Action

Karl Egloff July 13, 2016 4

“The natural history of these islands is eminently curious, and well deserves attention,” wrote Charles Darwin.  As a WWF supporter, staff member, and recent NatHab traveler, one of the things I found most impressive

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Assam State in India Takes New Steps to Stop Rhino Poaching

Assam State in India Takes New Steps to Stop Rhino Poaching

Julie Waggoner July 2, 2016 Comments Off on Assam State in India Takes New Steps to Stop Rhino Poaching

In the northeast Indian state of Assam the newly elected government this month announced plans to crack down on poaching of one-horned rhinos in the area. Kaziranga National Park in Assam is home to

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Bhutan: The World’s First Carbon-negative Country

Bhutan: The World’s First Carbon-negative Country

Natural Habitat Adventures June 6, 2016 Comments Off on Bhutan: The World’s First Carbon-negative Country

Bhutan is famously known for replacing the traditional economic concept of GDP (gross domestic product) with the Gross National Happiness index, an objective measure of the well being of its environment, communities, culture, health and wisdom, among

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National Parks and Private Partners: A Blueprint for the Future?

National Parks and Private Partners: A Blueprint for the Future?

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 24, 2016 1

Just about a year ago, on June 8, 2015, the carmaker Subaru of America Inc. and the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) announced a partnership. Subaru, which created the first automotive assembly plant in

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Conservation and Tourism Go Hand in Hand

Conservation and Tourism Go Hand in Hand

Natural Habitat Adventures May 23, 2016 2

While visiting Costa Rica with Natural Habitat Adventures last year, I once again had an opportunity to see how embracing conservation enhances communities. The first leg of the Natural Jewels of Costa Rica trip

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