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    New pact enlists locals to help protect a jewel of South America

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    Indigenous-led conservation takes center stage in ‘Under the Canopy’

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    Feature documentaire over Suriname opkomst

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    Kick-off Building with Nature project is gegeven

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  • Waterdoorlatende dammen te Weg naar Zee krijgen vervolg
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    Waterdoorlatende dammen te Weg naar Zee krijgen vervolg

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    Pilotproject van AdeK en CI Suriname bij Weg naar Zee blijkt succes

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    Bauxiet Instituut Suriname krijgt versterking bij beoordeling rehabilitatieplan en – activiteiten Suralco en AMS

    Conservation International Suriname deelt kennis over sluiting, rehabilitatie en monitoring van mijngebieden.

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  • South Suriname Conservation Corridor viert 1-jarig bestaan
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    South Suriname Conservation Corridor viert 1-jarig bestaan

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  • All six tribal communities in Suriname strenghten cooperation
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    All six tribal communities in Suriname strenghten cooperation

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  • Torarica en Conservation International Suriname zetten vriendschap voor groen Suriname voort
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    Torarica en Conservation International Suriname zetten vriendschap voor groen Suriname voort

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    Engagement Strategie over omgaan met inheemse en tribale gemeenschappen is ready

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    DNA Commissie gaat samenwerken met CIS

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    In Peru, grounds for optimism for future of sustainable coffee

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    Wake up: You need sustainable coffee

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    An alternative to help companies fulfill zero deforestation pledges

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    Onderzoek naar mogelijke illegale goudwinning Palumeu

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  • Conservation International Suriname tevreden met regeerakkoord.
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    Conservation International Suriname tevreden met regeerakkoord.

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  • How much is clean water worth? New report guides payments for ecosystem services
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    How much is clean water worth? New report guides payments for ecosystem services

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    For a week, swim with the sharks

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    Making the Links: June 2015

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    See Disneynature’s ‘Monkey Kingdom’ to Help Protect Wild Primates and Their Habitats

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    New Conservation Corridor Latest Environmental Triumph for Suriname

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  • Inheemsen Zuid-Suriname nemen initiatief tot beschermen van hun leefgebied.
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    Inheemsen Zuid-Suriname nemen initiatief tot beschermen van hun leefgebied.

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  • Lokale gemeenschap wil betrokken zijn bij Raleighvallen
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    Lokale gemeenschap wil betrokken zijn bij Raleighvallen

    CI Suriname organiseert conferentie om toerisme CSNR nieuw leven in te blazen.

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  • Indonesia to weaken peatlands protection to support plantations
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    Indonesia to weaken peatlands protection to support plantations

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  • California introduces bill to close ivory loophole
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    California introduces bill to close ivory loophole

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    Kalimantan community maps forest to thwart timber companies

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    OpedSpace: Sustainable Dining In NYC: The Changing Landscape Of Food

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    New bat species has fangs you won't believe

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  • Sulawesi community vies to maintain rights to forest
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    Sulawesi community vies to maintain rights to forest

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  • Palm oil threatens community forest in Central Kalimantan
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    Palm oil threatens community forest in Central Kalimantan

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  • One clever ape: new book celebrates real-life Orangutan Houdini
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    One clever ape: new book celebrates real-life Orangutan Houdini

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  • Time for a checkup: researchers examine the health of lowland tapirs
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  • Katie Cavuto MS RD:  The One Resolution That Saves You Money and Improves Your Health
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    Katie Cavuto MS RD: The One Resolution That Saves You Money and Improves Your Health

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    Peru’s first environment minister dies at 74

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    Traditional farming technique preserves soil, forest in Kalimantan

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    Earthworms under threat

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  • Coffee farmers help protect Flores forest
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    Coffee farmers help protect Flores forest

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  • Judge protects Midwest wolves after 1,599 killed in three years
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    Judge protects Midwest wolves after 1,599 killed in three years

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    Charles R. Wolfe: From Urbanizing to Urban, According to My Facebook Cover Page

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    Kathy Gottberg: Simple Living vs. Minimalism -- What's the Difference and Which Are You?

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  • Half of Indonesia's deforestation occurs outside concession areas
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    Half of Indonesia's deforestation occurs outside concession areas

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  • Two vanishing prairie butterflies added to the Endangered Species Act
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    Two vanishing prairie butterflies added to the Endangered Species Act

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  • Featured video: new documentary highlights 'Sumatra Burning'
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    Featured video: new documentary highlights 'Sumatra Burning'

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    4 Trends That Give Me Hope for Our Planet in 2015

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  • Mary Ellen Harte:  Climate Change This Week: Foul Fracking Fumes, Solar Sponge, and More!
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    Mary Ellen Harte: Climate Change This Week: Foul Fracking Fumes, Solar Sponge, and More!

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    Rainforests: 10 things to watch in 2015

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    Most popular environmental news stories in 2014

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    Monkey sleep, monkey do: how primates choose their trees

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  • David Ongchoco:  Student Projects Apply 'Internet of Things' Principles in Sustainability and Product Design
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    David Ongchoco: Student Projects Apply 'Internet of Things' Principles in Sustainability and Product Design

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  • Laurèn DeMates:  Top 10 Movers and Shakers in Sustainability-2014
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    Laurèn DeMates: Top 10 Movers and Shakers in Sustainability-2014

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    Activists call out 'one of the worst actors in pulp and paper'

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  • Top 10 camera trap photos of animals
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    Top 10 camera trap photos of animals

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    2014: the year in rainforests

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  • Harlan Loeb:  A Year of Wrestling With Risk in a Disruptive World
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    Harlan Loeb: A Year of Wrestling With Risk in a Disruptive World

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    Meet Biofaces: the Facebook for wildlife enthusiasts

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    Young journalists win prizes for environmental reporting

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  • Endangered mussel still harvested for food in Laos
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    Endangered mussel still harvested for food in Laos

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  • Peter Neill:  Matter of Scale: A Plan for Sustainable Fisheries
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    Peter Neill: Matter of Scale: A Plan for Sustainable Fisheries

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    Camera traps capture rare footage of wild bonobos (video)

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    Top 10 HAPPY environmental stories of 2014

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    F. Kaid Benfield: The Greening of a Suburban Downtown

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  • Steven Cohen:  The Growing Level of Environmental Awareness
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    Steven Cohen: The Growing Level of Environmental Awareness

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  • Indonesia's silent wildlife killer: hunting
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    Indonesia's silent wildlife killer: hunting

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    Connecting the Dots: from Christmas Cookies to Climate Change

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  • Scientists rediscover Critically Endangered streamside frog in Costa Rica
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    Scientists rediscover Critically Endangered streamside frog in Costa Rica

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    Favorite nature and wildlife photos from 2014

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  • Bob Brinkmann:  20 Green Predictions for 2015
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    Bob Brinkmann: 20 Green Predictions for 2015

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  • Ecuador sends aid money back to Germany over planned rainforest visit
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    Ecuador sends aid money back to Germany over planned rainforest visit

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  • Palawan palm oil presence likely to grow, industry rep denies harmful impact
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    Palawan palm oil presence likely to grow, industry rep denies harmful impact

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  • Advocacy group lashes out against palm oil expansion on Philippine island
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    Advocacy group lashes out against palm oil expansion on Philippine island

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  • How a frog with a strange name is helping improve conservation in Brazil
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    How a frog with a strange name is helping improve conservation in Brazil

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  • Conservation conflicting with local ways of life in Mexican reserve
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    Conservation conflicting with local ways of life in Mexican reserve

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  • Top 10 Environmental Stories of 2014
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    Top 10 Environmental Stories of 2014

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  • Blog Editor’s Picks: 7 CI Posts You Shouldn’t Miss in 2014
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    Blog Editor’s Picks: 7 CI Posts You Shouldn’t Miss in 2014

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  • Child labor and palm oil in Indonesia
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    Child labor and palm oil in Indonesia

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  • Greenpeace: zero deforestation pioneer makes progress, but still has work to do
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    Greenpeace: zero deforestation pioneer makes progress, but still has work to do

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  • Shifting attitudes may help endangered wild dogs in Thailand
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    Shifting attitudes may help endangered wild dogs in Thailand

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  • The biggest new species discoveries in 2014 (photos)
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    The biggest new species discoveries in 2014 (photos)

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  • Genetics study sheds light on Chile’s most endangered bird
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    Genetics study sheds light on Chile’s most endangered bird

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  • Your 10 Favorite CI Blog Posts of 2014
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    Your 10 Favorite CI Blog Posts of 2014

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  • Edited Reality: What I Learned from Filming Eaten Alive
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    Edited Reality: What I Learned from Filming Eaten Alive

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  • Pictures: the top new animal discoveries of 2014
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    Pictures: the top new animal discoveries of 2014

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  • 125M ha of degraded lands identified for forest-friendly agricultural expansion
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    125M ha of degraded lands identified for forest-friendly agricultural expansion

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  • Puerto Rico's only native toad bounces back from edge of extinction
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    Puerto Rico's only native toad bounces back from edge of extinction

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  • Sewage Treatment Project Secures Cleaner Water for 5 Chinese Villages
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    Sewage Treatment Project Secures Cleaner Water for 5 Chinese Villages

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  • Impacts of deforestation on Amazonian river ecosystems could be far-reaching
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    Impacts of deforestation on Amazonian river ecosystems could be far-reaching

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  • Plant wars: some tree species compete better against grasses for reforestation
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    Plant wars: some tree species compete better against grasses for reforestation

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  • Tropical deforestation could disrupt rainfall globally
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    Tropical deforestation could disrupt rainfall globally

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  • Enough for an elephant: why are Cameroon's elephants raiding fields?
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    Enough for an elephant: why are Cameroon's elephants raiding fields?

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  • Ocelots live in super densities on Barro Colorado Island
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    Ocelots live in super densities on Barro Colorado Island

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    To Protect Rhinos, There’s No Room for Gray Area

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    John Friedman: The "Circular" Economy - What it Is, and Why it Is Important

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    Amazonian peatlands store mega carbon

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    Saving the world's rarest primate: can it be done?

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    When predators attack, plants grow fewer thorns

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    Deforestation taking toll on nesting birds in Cameroon

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    Google Earth used to identify environmentally important termite mounds

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    Jonathan Lash: The Healthy Food Transition

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    Scientists reintroduce agoutis in rainforest in city of 12 million

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  • Grace Ji-Sun Kim:  Care for the Whole Creation: The World Council of Churches at COP20 in Lima
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    Grace Ji-Sun Kim: Care for the Whole Creation: The World Council of Churches at COP20 in Lima

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    Success of 'land sparing' will depend on global economics, regulations

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  • Forests could be a thrifty way to fight ozone pollution
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    Forests could be a thrifty way to fight ozone pollution

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  • Bryan Elliott:  Choose Employees Like You're Planning on Climbing Mt. Everest
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    Bryan Elliott: Choose Employees Like You're Planning on Climbing Mt. Everest

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    New mapping technique sheds light on dry forests

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    Hunting is a greater threat than logging for most wildlife in Borneo

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    Curt Bowen: From Silver Bullets to Silver Systems

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    Palm oil facilitates large-scale illegal logging in Indonesia

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    Growth of forests may not be keeping pace with rising CO2 levels

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    Then there were five: rhino death moves species closer to extinction

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    Gibbon species pushed towards extinction as island loses its trees

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    Children 'clean' oil spill with kitchen utensils in the Sundarbans

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    New poison dart frog needs immediate conservation plan

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    Mary Ellen Harte: Climate Change This Week: New Solar Record, Murder, a Flying Donut, And More!

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    Reefs reduce 97 percent of wave energy, could be better than artificial barriers

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    What Happened in Lima: Are We on Track for a Global Climate Change Agreement by 2015?

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    Steven Cohen: Educating the First Generation of Sustainability Managers

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    Conservation and the rights of indigenous communities

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    EU adopts law mandating palm oil labeling on food products

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    Indigenous communities 'among the very few best protectors' of Peruvian Amazon

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    Boosting the conservation value of 4M sq km of rainforest logging concessions

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    An app to save 400 million animals

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    Bamboo could help fight global warming

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    New film highlights local resistance to Nicaragua's canal

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    Brian Kennell: The Business of Renewable Resources

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    Joseph Satto: The Breakers, Palm Beach -- Making Locally Sourced Food a Priority

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    10 years following tsunami, Aceh aims to create its own, new, and totally preventable disaster

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    New pit viper discovered in Sumatra

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    To collect or not to collect? Experts debate the need for specimens

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    Huge swath of forest in Indonesian Borneo slated for clearing by 'sustainable' company

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    Lizard see, lizard do: scientists discover surprising behavior in reptiles

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    Lobsters, Conflict and the ‘Invisible’ Work of Women in Coastal Ecuador

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    Otto Scharmer: Indonesia: The Power of Inspired Social Fields

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    Ariel Smilowitz: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 66: How Do We Make the Promise a Reality?

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    Deforestation puts cultural survival of forest-dependent peoples at risk

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    False victories for sustainability – Amazonian Hydropower

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    Striking new gecko discovered in Thailand

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    For the first time, Sea Shepherd targets Antarctic toothfish poachers

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    Relief for Kenya’s rare coastal forest

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    Groups call on world leaders to stop incentives for big dams

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    Pollinators puzzle to find flowers amidst natural and human fumes

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    Tribal violence comes naturally to chimpanzees

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    Indigenous leader murdered before he could attend Climate Summit

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    For Effective Climate Change Action, Indigenous Voices Must Be Heard

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    Daniel Hill: Small Business: The 'Neglected Middle' Of Climate Change

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    Steven Cohen: NYC's de Blasio Administration and the Path to 80 Percent Greenhouse Gas Reductions

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    Initiative to restore 50M acres of degraded Latin American ecosystems by 2020

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    Mary Ellen Harte: Climate Change This Week: The Munchkin Dilemma, Solar Cash Crop and More!

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    CI Suriname doneert GPS eenheden aan Openbare Werken

    Conservation International Suriname schenkt drie Global Positioning Systems aan OW.

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  • Indonesia's ambitious plan to reforest 2M ha annually
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    Indonesia's ambitious plan to reforest 2M ha annually

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  • Peter Neill:  Citizens Of The Ocean
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    Peter Neill: Citizens Of The Ocean

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    Indonesia sets reference level for cutting deforestation

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    How an indigenous community in Ecuador stood up to big oil - and won

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    Biodiversity protection is key to REDD+ success, study shows

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    What Does Climate Science Look Like? Here’s One Example

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    Eerste netwerkbijeenkomst Friends of Green Suriname

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    A landmark year for forests (commentary)

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    Tradeoff: Sabah banks on palm oil to boost forest protection

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    Giant stone face unveiled in the Amazon rainforest (video)

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    Musim Mas says its palm oil will be deforestation-free

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    New endangered bird species discovered in Brazil

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    Dr. Karen Manson: The Changes We Wish We Could Make: How To Inspire Personal Behavior Change For A Healthy And Sustainable Futu

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    Is the Gran Canal really a 'big Christmas present' for Nicaraguans?

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    Rhino conservationist dead at 87

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    Deforestation jumps in Peru

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    One-two punch: farming, global warming destroying unique East African forests

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    New survey finds surprisingly large population of endangered owl

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    Old fishermen document declining range of the Indus River dolphin

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    Is captive breeding the final resort for the Sumatran rhino?

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    Nano-tags track baby sea turtles during their first few hours

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    The Forest that Fights Climate Change

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    Embattled palm oil giant announces sustainability policy, but fails to win over critics

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    Threatened indigenous forests store more than half the Amazon's carbon

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    Amazon deforestation in Brazil drops 18% in 2013/2014

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    Chinese logging company takes over Guyana's forests

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    Patrick Struebi: For Entrepreneurs, The Circular Economy Presents a Massive Opportunity

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    APP boosting timber productivity to support zero deforestation policy

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    Amazon deforestation moratorium extended 18 months

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    Chameleon crisis: extinction threatens 36% of world's chameleons

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    New blood record: 1,020 rhinos killed in South Africa

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    Sarawak chief calls state's logging industry 'corrupt'

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    Rising deforestation, fossil fuels use drive Brazil's emissions 8% higher

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    IKEA commits to zero deforestation palm oil

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    Scientists capture first-ever footage of wild red pandas in Myanmar (VIDEO)

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    Activists hijack Pepsi's new product launch on Amazon over deforestation

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    Developing land without approval of local people 'a human rights issue of grave concern,' says new report

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    Indonesia imposes moratorium on new logging permits

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    Gone for good: world's largest earwig declared extinct

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    A tale of 2 Perus: Climate Summit host, 57 murdered environmentalists

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    Disappearing oasis: northeastern India losing forests as people move in

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    How remote sensing could change conservation forever

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    Rediscovered in 2010, rare Indian frog surprises by breeding in bamboo

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    Using games to teach kids the value of nature and philanthropy

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    Field plots offer biased view of the Amazon

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    Palm oil giant suspends supplier over deforestation allegations

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    Of bluefin and pufferfish: 310 species added to IUCN Red List

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    A nature photographer's dream: staff photographer for the Wildlife Conservation Society

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    Green Climate Fund nears $7 billion after U.S. pledges $3 billion

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    Black market manta ray bust in Indonesia

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    Man plants forest, becomes film star

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    New tapir? Scientists dispute biological discovery of the century

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    Over 60% of world's traded palm oil now bound by zero deforestation commitments

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    Australia's small rainforest conservation steps overshadowed by broader assault on environment (commentary)

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    Prelude to Paris: China and U.S. surprise world with joint climate deal

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    What We Need from the World Parks Congress

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    Reducing deforestation is good for business, argues report

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    Mapping mistake leaves wildlife at risk

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    Local people are not the enemy: real conservation from the frontlines

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    'Guns kill trees too': overhunting raises extinction threat for trees

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    Only place where rhinos, tigers, elephants, and orangutans coexist is under threat

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    ‘Militarized occupation’: local communities pay the price for palm oil

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    Using mobile apps to stop wildlife trafficking at the border

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    New birds arise due to emigration not separation

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    Jack Hidary: Chobani Launches Food Incubator to Disrupt Industry

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    Chief Curiosity Correspondent tackles sexism, aids conservation

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    Poor rains then floods lead to food crisis in Somalia

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    Stephanie Feldstein: The Population Wake-Up Call

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    Peru has massive opportunity to avoid emissions from deforestation

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    Citizen scientist site hits one million observations of life on Earth

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    Rep. Barbara Lee: INVEST in Our Veterans and Our Energy Future

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    Blue Apron: Vermont Creamery: Where the Best Goats Make the Best Goat Cheese

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    It only took 2,500 people to kill off the world's biggest birds

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    John Friedman: 2014: Marching Forward

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    3 Steps to Save the World’s Water Supply

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    Jackie Jenkins-Scott: Facing One of the Greatest Human Rights Challenges of Our Time

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    Will merging competing ministries help save Indonesia's forests?

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    Human infections by 'monkey malaria' increasing as forests disappear

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    New laws may turn Brazil's forests into mines

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    Flying under the radar in Central Africa, Chinese companies may be wreaking environmental havoc

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    Power through Handicrafts: Supporting Rural Women in Bolivia

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    Brazilian tribes demarcate territory in bid to block dams

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    Another mining company found operating in flagrant violation of Indonesian law

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    Perched on the precipice: India's vultures threatened by E.U. sale of killer drug

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    Genetic sleuthing reveals grisly details of historic whale hunting

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    3 Ways Conservation Efforts Can Promote Peace

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    The Rainforest Clears the Air

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    Suriname in the Washington Times

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    KKF Chair and Jim Healy call upon private sector to invest in nature

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    Conservation International Suriname werkt samen met FIU

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    Waterexport kan Suriname 4,5 miljard US dollar per jaar opleveren

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