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Linchen in baskets in the forest

Lichens on the Brink in Nepal

Nitu Ghale
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farmer sun-drying her rice in her garden

Sowing Seeds of Resilience in Indigenous Heirloom Rice in Malaysia

Liani MK
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Corn in Peril: Hmong in Vietnam Struggle to Save Indigenous Seeds

Khang A Tủa
Alex Nguyễn
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Komodo dragons walking on orange leaves

Have Efforts To Protect the Endangered Komodo Dragon in Indonesia Paid Off?

Anastasia Ika
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Cape Three Forks: A Biodiversity Haven on Morocco’s Mediterranean Coast

Mohammed TAFRAOUTI
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Tin Mining and River Attacks: Inside Indonesia's Human-Crocodile Conflict

Finlan Adhitya Aldan
Bayu Nanda
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What is at Stake in the United Arab Emirates? The Oil Country Hosts the Climate Summit C0P28

Daniela Quintero Díaz
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On Earth Day, Green Groups Say 'No' to Philippines' Kaliwa Dam

Daniel Asido
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Great Barrier Reef corals

Part Two: Prospects for the Great Barrier Reef Are Bleak

Shamsheer Yousaf
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The Socorro dove, resting on a branch

Extinct in the Wild: A Last Chance for Disappearing Plants and Animals

Duda Menegassi
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Our Mekong, Our Say: Must the Environment Be Sacrificed for Infrastructure Development?

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A traditional fishermen in an Indigenous territory on the Tapajós River, in the Brazilian Amazon. Photo credit: Marcio Isensee e Sá. Licensed via Adobe Photo Stock

Big Promises to Indigenous Groups from New Global Nature Fund—But Will It Deliver?

Spoorthy Raman
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birds

What Does the Global Biodiversity Framework Fund Mean for Colombia and the World?

María Camila Bonilla
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Canada’s minister of environment and climate change, Steven Guilbeault with minister Ahmed Hussen of Canada’s International Development and GEF CEO Carlos Manuel Rodriguez at the 7th Global Environment Facility Assembly in Vancouver, Canada. By Imelda Abano

Countries Unlock Multi-Billion-Dollar Fund to Counter Biodiversity Crisis

Imelda Abano
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses the closing plenary

The Global Biodiversity Framework Fund: Mobilizing Billions of Dollars to Protect Nature

Hadeer Elhadary
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Canada Announces $200 Million Contribution to New Biodiversity Fund

Hadeer Elhadary
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An encaged jaguar at the Quistococha Zoo in Iquitos, Peru. Much of the wildlife at the facility is rescued from the wildlife trade, one of the key areas of environmental crime. (Image: Karin Pezo / Alamy)

New Global Initiative Aims to Step Up Fight Against Environmental Crime

Fermin Koop
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New Coalition to Combat Nature Crimes Launches at Seventh GEF Assembly in Vancouver, Canada

Hadeer Elhadary
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Global Environment Facility CEO: New Fund for Biodiversity "Most Important" Resource for Financing

Hadeer Elhadary
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El fondo busca aportar para cumplir el objetivo mundial de conservar el 30 % de territorios terrestres y marinos para 2030. Foto: EFE - Bienvenido Velasco

Global Fund Launched to Save Biodiversity

María Camila Bonilla
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Aerial view of a Shiwiar Indigenous community in the Pastaza region of the Ecuadorian Amazon. Indigenous people are thought to protect 80% of the world’s remaining biodiversity, despite comprising just 6% of the global population. (Image: Mark Fox / Alamy)

Top Environmental Fund Calls for More Direct Funding to Communities

Fermin Koop
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Global Environment Facility Opens Its Seventh Assembly in Vancouver, Canada

Hadeer Elhadary
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Frog in nature

Glass Frogs Reveal the Crisis of Informal Mining in Ecuador

Juan Cabezas
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A group of people have learning session on a beach

Nature-Based Learning Programs Improve Environment and Climate Literacy in Chennai, India

Aparna Ganesan
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The Blue Economy Promotes the Sustainability of Stone Crab Claw Harvesting in Belize

Dion Vansen
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A hammerhead shark slaughtered for its fins.

Uncovering Indonesia's Illegal Shark Trade — Part 2: Regulators and Traders Play Cat-and-Mouse

M. Asad Asnawi
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a group of people surround a pile of shark fins.

Uncovering Indonesia's Illegal Shark Trade — Part 1: Tracing Shark Fins from Papua to Java and on to China

M. Asad Asnawi
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The páramo of the Cotopaxi volcano was affected by the large number of neighboring farms

Wild Animals Return to Ecuador’s Moorlands, But Humans Remain a Threat

Emilia Paz y Miño
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Microalgae strains in various containers on a black table

Microalgae: The Marine Lung of the Earth

Mohammed TAFRAOUTI
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underwater images of fishes and sand

Soundscapes of the Mediterranean Sea Episode 1: Bioacoustics

Juan Escorcia
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A New Invasive Species in Northern Morocco is Threatening Ecosystems

Mohammed TAFRAOUTI
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trawlers in a port

Trawlers: The new Pirates of the Mediterranean Sea

Amina Kechuindi
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