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New technology could make data collection quicker and easier for coral reef scientists.
Continue reading "Monitoring Coral with Cell Phones … Underwater"
Our closest relatives play a critical role in the health of tropical forests — and they’re under more pressure than ever before.
Continue reading "Biologists Update List of World’s 25 Most Endangered Primates"
An update on the first week of negotiations at the U.N. biodiversity conference in Hyderabad, India.
Continue reading "Countries Are Receptive to Increasing Biodiversity Funding"
To determine how effective marine protected areas are, we need to compare them to waters outside their boundaries.
Continue reading "Coral Scientists Kick Off Reef Assessment Trip in Indonesia"
The longer we wait, the more funding we will need to safeguard the services ecosystems provide.
Continue reading "Benefits of Protecting Nature Far Outweigh Investment Costs"
The next step in protecting the diversity of life on Earth: figuring out how to pay for it.
Continue reading "At UN Biodiversity Meeting, Agreement on Funding is Essential"
In the center’s first year, tourist numbers have soared above our expectations, transforming local livelihoods.
Continue reading "Cambodian Conservation Center Helps Turtles, Draws Tourists"
This year has seen a monumental shift in attitude toward consuming shark fin.
Continue reading "Shark Fin Trade Gains Opposition in Asia"
The market for illegal wildlife products is rapidly increasing — but this group aims to stop this trend in its tracks.
Continue reading "To Combat Asia’s Illegal Wildlife Trade, More Enforcement Needed"