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New WILDLABS.NET: Where Technology and Conservation Meet

New WILDLABS.NET: Where Technology and Conservation Meet

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 22, 2015 0

It’s easy to find recent examples of how technology has helped wildlife conservation. New electronic tools for detecting and preventing animal and plant poaching, artificial appendages and limbs, and GPS tracking have all aided

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The Polar Bears of Instagram

The Polar Bears of Instagram

Tania Curry December 9, 2015 0

WWF & Natural Habitat Adventures’ polar bear season has wrapped up, and we are wading through the photos our guides took and shared on social media while out in the field. We’ve added a bit

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What I’ve Learned from a Salmon’s Travels

What I’ve Learned from a Salmon’s Travels

WWF November 18, 2015 0

I was pondering the cycle of life yesterday as I walked along a creek full of spawning salmon in Juneau, Alaska where I live. I’m somewhere in the middle of that cycle with young

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Applauding Paris: Climate Change Conference 2015 Will Go On

Applauding Paris: Climate Change Conference 2015 Will Go On

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 17, 2015 1

Before the terrorist attacks that left more than 125 people dead and hundreds wounded in Paris on Friday, November 13, 2015, the city was set to host the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21)

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Searching for High Life along the Amazon River

Searching for High Life along the Amazon River

Tania Curry June 3, 2015 0

Life in the Amazon flows like café con leche: creamy and smooth, masking the electric life underneath. The Amazon River is a cup that you want to share with a friend. The caffeinated, energetic

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Five Years after Deepwater Horizon, Arctic Drilling Okayed

Five Years after Deepwater Horizon, Arctic Drilling Okayed

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 26, 2015 20

Just over five years ago, on the evening of April 20, 2010, the BP Deepwater Horizon oil platform exploded off the coast of Louisiana, rupturing the Macondo exploration well below it. For the next

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