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Continue reading "7 Blog Posts You Didn’t Read — But Should — in 2013"
By clearing debris and planting trees, we can help Samoan villagers be better prepared for the next storm.
Continue reading "In Storm-ravaged Samoa, Buffering Cyclones by Restoring Riverbanks"
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"
Samuel Taylor Coleridge wrote long ago, “Water, water, everywhere, nor any drop to drink.” Although he was living in England
Continue reading "Small Islands, Big Changes: Freshwater Scarcity in the South Pacific"
If you’ve been following our blog recently, you know by now that among Conservation International’s (CI) goals for the Convention
Continue reading "Prioritizing Conservation in Samoa"
The 8.3 earthquake that shook Samoa on September 29 triggered a tsunami that devastated the south-coast of Upolu island, the
Continue reading "After the tsunami: restoring Samoa’s coast, reef and communities"
By now, everyone has heard of the tragic events which have unfolded in the last few weeks in the Asia-Pacific
Continue reading "Update on Natural Disasters in Asia-Pacific Region"