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An aerial view of forest and water bodies near a city

Conservação da Amazônia: Como promover o trabalho conjunto entre cientistas e jornalistas

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Philippines: Saving Sea Turtles One Tree at a Time

Karlston Lapniten
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¿Cómo Promover el Trabajo Conjunto Entre Científicos y Periodistas?: Avanzando en la Lucha Por la Conservación

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A herd elephants in a grassy area

The Role of Traditional Knowledge Systems in Saving the Planet

James Kahonge Gitau
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Amazon landscape, home of the harpy eagle

In Search of Colombia's Harpy Eagle, an Emblematic Species Vulnerable to Extinction

Olga Cecilia Guerrero Rodríguez
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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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Banner image: San Quintín Bay wetlands are protected by Mexican law and sit within Ramsar site 1775 / Credit: Alejandro Arias.

San Quintín Bay, Mexico: The Daily Mission to Protect Its Volcanoes and Coast

Victor R. Rodríguez
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Galapagos tortoise

Hunting Galápagos' Giant Tortoises to Extinction

Sebastian Nicolás Zurita Montenegro
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Vegetation and ponds on the Bhagwati Moll laterite plateau in Goa, India

India’s Little-known Rocky Biodiversity Hotspots Need Attention

Nihar Gokhale
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A village elder explains the cultural importance of his local forest in Vietnam

Indigenous Communities — Bodyguards of Forests in Vietnam

Nguyen Hong Nhung
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thatched houses

From Poachers to Conservationists: How a Cultural Village Saved Volcano National Park in Rwanda

UMUHOZA Nadine Marie Fidèle
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A pair of grey crowned cranes

Rwandan Conservation Strategy Leads to a Rise in Numbers of the Endangered Grey Crowned Cranes

Daniel Nzohabonimana
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A swamp at sunset

Conservation Versus Investment: The Case of Yala Swamp, Kenya’s Largest Freshwater Wetland

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A wild tiger in a body of water

Tigers Under Threat in World's Largest Mangrove Forest

Md Ibrahim Khalilullah
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In Conversation with UN CBD’s Elizabeth Mrema: Why Biodiversity Matters

Quratul-Ain Bandial
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elephant in grasslands

Developing Countries are Failing to Cash in on Global Biodiversity Finance Opportunities: Nepal's Case

Diwakar Pyakurel
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aerial view of the habitat of microbialites in Mexico

Bacalar Microbialites Struggle to Survive the Degradation of their Habitat

Ricardo Hernández Ruiz
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An Irrawaddy dolphin in the Philippines

Philippines Bridge Project Could Spell Doom for Endangered Irrawaddy Dolphins

Rhick Lars Vladimer Albay
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A wattled crane and grey-crowned crane

Communities Change Their Ways to Protect Zimbabwe’s Rare Cranes

Tatenda Prosper Chitagu
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houses on a hill with snow

Mega Solar Park Could Put Spiti on Thin Ice in India's Himachal Pradesh

Meenakshi Kapoor
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Agricultural land in Gondalpura. Photo: Sushmita

Villagers in Jharkhand, India Protest New Coal Venture, Refuse Land Acquisition Surveys

Sushmita
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a red butterfly on a leaf

Reporting on Biodiversity: Dive Into EJN's New Online Course

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a boat at sunset

Another Challenge for Conservation Efforts: Gender Inequity

Sarah Trent
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a golden tiger in a zoo.

‘Golden Tiger’ Sightings in Indian National Park Raise Worries About Inbreeding Risks

Mubina Akhtar
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An aerial view of a forested landscape in Central Java.

Conservation and Local Economy to Harmonize in Crucial Habitat of Rare Javan Gibbons

Hartatik
Siti Masudah Isnawati
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a pair of hands sorting out dried seahorses.

To Save Seahorses in Malaysia, Culture Matters

Wong Siew Lyn
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A herd of African elephants huddled together

Why wildlife migratory corridors matter: Reporting resources for journalists

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A group of children and adults at a birdwatching class, some looking through binoculars, others referring to guidebooks

Giving wings to a new generation of ecotourism guides in the ‘Galapagos of Africa’

Beatrice Philemon
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A Siberian musk deer in captivity. The Himalayan musk deer is one of the species which could be farmed for commercial purposes under new legislation in Nepal (Image: Yury Stroykin / Alamy)

Nepal’s controversial move to cash in on wildlife farming

Ramesh Bhushal
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Bakhawan Eco-Park where mangroves are conserved

In the Philippines, Women are Fierce Protectors of Mangrove Forests

Jun N. Aguirre
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Philippine tarsier on tree branch looking at the camera

Researchers look to locals to fill knowledge gap on Philippine tarsier

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macaques

Barbary macaques: Moroccan ecological heritage threatened with extinction

Khalid Bencherif
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