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Green Future for Bhutan’s Forests

Green Future for Bhutan’s Forests

WWF November 15, 2017 0

Bhutan, nestled in the Himalayas between China and India, is one of the smallest countries in the world. But don’t let its size fool you! The country’s commitment to conservation is bigger than most.

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The Rise of the Tiger

The Rise of the Tiger

WWF October 18, 2017 0

Tigers need room to roam. Protecting vast connected landscapes for these endangered top predators is key to their survival. For the first time in a century, wild tiger populations are rising. Spurred by the

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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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Animal Privacy Rights: Monitoring Wildlife Out of Existence

Animal Privacy Rights: Monitoring Wildlife Out of Existence

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 7, 2017 10

As the field of electronic wildlife-tracking has grown, so has our knowledge about the lives of animals. Through GPS collaring and trail cams, we’ve learned that zebras undertake the longest terrestrial migration in the

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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 0

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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12 Conservation Success Stories of 2015

12 Conservation Success Stories of 2015

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 29, 2015 1

Last night, I watched a movie titled Merchants of Doubt. In this 2014 film, director and producer Robert Kenner lets us in on a secret that’s hiding in plain sight: there is a small—but

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