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Cyclone Evan decimated many areas planted with non-native trees, leaving natural forests largely intact.
Continue reading "In Samoa and Fiji, Natural Forests Help Limit Cyclone Damage"
Amelia’s final resting place may be the waters of Kiribati — a place I’ve been working to protect for nearly a decade.
Continue reading "Honoring Amelia Earhart’s Legacy in the Phoenix Islands"
A local conservationist reflects on what has inspired her career — and the challenges she faces in her work.
Continue reading "Protecting Fiji’s Waters: Q&A With a Conservation Leader"
How can we conserve remote island chains like Kiribati on a shoestring budget? I’m here to find out.
Continue reading "Bird Cities, Pristine Reefs … and Lots of Trash"
Two island nation leaders have been raising the bar for government action on climate change.
Continue reading "The Other Island President"
These 2011 successes are scaling up conservation efforts to have the global impact we need.
Continue reading "7 Big Reasons for Hope"
By eradicating rats from island habitats, we are giving native bird populations a new chance of survival.
Continue reading "Those Dirty Rats: Removing Invasive Species in the Pacific Islands"
Samuel Taylor Coleridge wrote long ago, “Water, water, everywhere, nor any drop to drink.” Although he was living in England at the
Continue reading "Small Islands, Big Changes: Freshwater Scarcity in the South Pacific"
Amidst the hype and excitement of the opening of the Rugby World Cup last week in Auckland, New Zealand, extraordinary
Continue reading "For Ocean Protection, Island Nations are Leading the Way"