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The first global map of future land suitability for vineyards could change everything we think we know about wine.
Continue reading "Climate Change Puts the Squeeze on Wine Production"
A new proposal could lead to the first-ever global trade regulations for five shark species.
Continue reading "Can CITES Save the Sharks?"
Thailand’s plan to ban its domestic ivory trade is a great step, but much more must be done.
Continue reading "Elephant Poaching Major Topic of Discussion at CITES Meeting"
Extending China’s “eco-compensation” system to new areas of forest will help pandas and people.
Continue reading "Protecting Panda Habitat Can Generate Community Income"
In China alone, the marine economy generates 9.7% of GDP and 34.2 million jobs.
Continue reading "Asia’s Biggest Economies Discuss Value of Healthy Oceans"
In China, the wildlife trade is intricately intertwined with evolving consumption habits.
Continue reading "Campaign in Chinese Airports Seeks to Reduce Illegal Wildlife Trade"
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"
What will a “green economy” actually look like? The good news is we don’t have to guess.
Continue reading "6 Ways We’re Putting Nature into the Equation"
Visiting some of Asia’s economic powerhouses, I’ve been impressed by a growing focus on marine issues.
Continue reading "Saving Asian Seas"