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Old growth rain forests are comprised of massive trees — centuries-old behemoths that tower above the biological exuberance thriving beneath.
Continue reading "Why We Shouldn’t Give Up on Logged Forests"
Today, in an effort to focus the world’s attention on the need to increase the protection of forests — and
Continue reading "The World’s 10 Most Threatened Forest Hotspots"
Tropical regions of the world are home to a vast wealth of biodiversity, the extent of which has not yet
Continue reading "Amid Deforestation, Borneo Faces a New Threat"
As high-level government officials and conservation leaders join national delegations this week in Nagoya, Japan for the Convention on Biological
Continue reading "Fuel for Thought: Biofuels and Conservation"
This is the latest report from field researchers participating in CI’s Search for the Lost Frogs campaign. Read our previous
Continue reading "Lost Frogs Update: Snakes on a Golf Course in Malaysia"
This is the latest field report from the researchers participating in CI’s Search for the Lost Frogs campaign. Read our
Continue reading "Lost Frogs Update: Late Night Searches in Malaysia"