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Environmental challenges: too big for government and business to tackle alone
Carola van Rijnsoever
Nature: A global fix for global risks
Are non-native species biodiversity?
Communities delivering conservation impact
Fred Nelson and Rosie Cooney
Population: no longer taboo
The wildlife trade involves hundreds of millions of individual plants and animals from tens of thousands of species.
Photo: Dan Challender/Save Vietnam's Wildlife
Empowering whistleblowers is the key to combating wildlife crime
Whistleblowers have been effective at combatting financial and corporate crime, but are sorely lacking...
Flooding in Manila, Philippines, in 2012
Photo: © Vinod Thomas
To curb disaster damage, we need smart investments in nature
Dr Vinod Thomas
As the destruction caused by natural disasters grows in intensity, we urgently need to invest in...
Conservation organizations are working together to protect forests and wildlife in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Photo: Rod Waddington CC2.0
Unlikely partners: how teaming up with ‘nature’s enemies’ could boost the impact of conservation
Nature, where everything is interconnected, is a shining example of the strength and brilliance of the...
The tiger population is growing within Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, India.
Photo: © Harshawardhan Dhanwatey
Beyond the reserve: managing the consequences of successful tiger conservation
Effective protection for tigers within some wildlife reserves has caused their populations to rise...
The Candonga Reservoir downstream of the dam site was heavily affected by the spill.
Photo: Ibama CC2.0
Changing tide for the Rio Doce: bringing a river back to life
In the long term, it pays for business to use natural resources in a way that benefits all of...
Zebras and wildebeest in Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania.
Photo: Janet CC3.0
Protected areas: a hope in the midst of the sixth mass extinction
With the world entering the biggest mass extinction since the dinosaurs disappeared 65 million years...
Displaced persons in Geneina, West Darfur, in 2007.
Photo: Nite owl CC
Degradation of nature is contributing to conflict – can we reverse the trend?
Queen Noor Al Hussein
The degradation of nature is undermining the security and peace of billions of people...
Photo: Inger Andersen
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