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Disneynature’s New “Born in China” Film Supports WWF

Disneynature’s New “Born in China” Film Supports WWF

Wendy Redal April 20, 2017 1

When I arrived in China for the first time, I thought I was prepared for how urbanized, westernized and wealthy the country would be. But I wasn’t. Driving in from the airport in Beijing,

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Science-Based Conservation under Attack in 2017

Science-Based Conservation under Attack in 2017

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 3, 2017 11

We’ve closed the books on 2016. It’s natural to want to assess the past year, now that we’ve made it through to the end. In the past 12 months, there has been some significant,

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First Twin Giant Pandas of 2016 Born in Chengdu

First Twin Giant Pandas of 2016 Born in Chengdu

Julie Waggoner July 4, 2016 0

On June 20, China welcomed the first pair of panda twins of 2016 into the world. Their mother is a six-year-old giant panda named Ya Li, and the twins are her first offspring. The

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We Asked and You Answered! Here’s Why Travel Makes you Happy [INFOGRAPHIC]

We Asked and You Answered! Here’s Why Travel Makes you Happy [INFOGRAPHIC]

Julie Waggoner March 14, 2016 0

Last year in honor of the International Day of Happiness, we asked you to tell us what it is about travel that makes you happiest. We loved your responses, and we’re excited to share some of them

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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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5 Iconic At-Risk Species (And Where to Travel to See Them)

5 Iconic At-Risk Species (And Where to Travel to See Them)

Natural Habitat Adventures July 15, 2015 5

This is a guest post by Matt Kareus, Editor in Chief of The Safarist and About Galapagos, and Executive Director of the International Galapagos Tour Operators Association. Many of our planet’s most iconic species

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