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Five Surprising Things You Learn While Traveling in KAZA

Five Surprising Things You Learn While Traveling in KAZA

WWF March 29, 2017 0

After many years of writing for WWF and our efforts to create KAZA, a giant protected area spanning five countries in southern Africa, some might think there wouldn’t be anything left for me to

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Together Possible: Making a Difference for Peru’s Natural Treasures

Together Possible: Making a Difference for Peru’s Natural Treasures

WWF March 22, 2017 0

In order to protect natural places, people need to work together. No one group can solve the conservation challenges of the planet alone. Inspired by WWF’s new “Together Possible” mantra, this occasional series will

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10 Interesting Facts About Guanacos

10 Interesting Facts About Guanacos

Elissa Poma March 15, 2017 0

“Haven’t I seen you someplace before?” Surely it’s a question the guanaco would get frequently if guanacos were the question-receiving type. Native to mountainous regions of South America, the guanaco is an animal that

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Video: Close Encounters with Churchill’s Polar Bears

Video: Close Encounters with Churchill’s Polar Bears

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl February 13, 2017 0

Each fall, the world’s greatest concentration of polar bears convenes at the edge of Hudson Bay in Manitoba, Canada, waiting for the sea ice to form and their seal hunting season to begin. Perhaps

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Climate Change: The Consequences of a Canceled Conference

Climate Change: The Consequences of a Canceled Conference

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 31, 2017 4

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, planned to hold a Climate and Health Summit, set for February 14-16, 2017. The conference was important and timely, as increasing numbers

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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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