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With the UNFCCC COP16 negotiations now drawn to a close, conservation organisations appear to be satisfied with the decisions made
Continue reading "Good News for Climate Adaptation at Cancun Meeting"
Here we are again — another meeting of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and another opportunity
Continue reading "Climate Change Adaptation: On the Ground in South Africa"
Their noise has been compared to the trumpeting of an elephant, a swarm of locusts or a blaring foghorn –
Continue reading "The World Cup, Diehard Soccer Fans and…Kelp?"
Although the people of South Africa’s Namaqualand region have raised domestic herds for millennia, herding has recently become a more
Continue reading "Notes from the Field: Sheep Tagging in South Africa"
Tom Friedman has long been a good friend to CI. In his most recent column, he’s exploring Costa Rica with
Continue reading "Ecotouring Costa Rica"