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Don’t let the year come to an end without reading these insightful posts.
Continue reading "7 Blog Posts You Didn’t Read — But Should — in 2013"
An acre lost to desertification is one virtually lost forever. That’s why we have to act quickly.
Continue reading "Fighting Off the Desert in South Africa’s Succulent Karoo"
Charles Schreuder hated killing predators to protect his livestock. Now he doesn’t need to.
Continue reading "Humane Predator Control Methods Double Income for South African Farmers"
If developed responsibly, renewable energy has great potential to bring cleaner air and jobs to South Africa.
Continue reading "For South Africa’s Growing Wind Energy Sector, Guidelines are Essential"
Agriculture was a much-debated topic at this week’s international climate negotiations in Germany.
Continue reading "Local Action Critical to Help Farmers Adapt to Climate Change"
We’re fond of saying that we have our heads in the sky and our feet in the mud. Here’s what we mean.
Continue reading "CI at 25: Changing Conservation From the Ground Up"
A recent escalation in rhino poaching puts the future of these iconic species at risk.
Continue reading "Rhino Poaching in South Africa, Up Close and Personal"
If we conserve natural ecosystems, sustainable agriculture is possible — even in the South African desert.
Continue reading "Strengthening Food Security in Africa"
As a writer, it’s my job to track down CI’s most compelling stories. Here are some of my favorites from 2011.
Continue reading "7 Little Reasons for Hope"