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Integration of Forest Protection in Forest Policy in Austria

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The Healing Power of Forests

The Great Societal U-turn to Responsibility

Randy Hayes’ SFSU Honorary Doctorate Speech May 24, 2018 -- AT&T Park -- San Francisco, California Nature Needs Half incoming chair, Randy Hayes, of the Rainforest Action Network, was honored...

Promise to Pachamama: Revisiting Bolivia's Historic Law of the Rights of Mother Earth

When the passage of Bolivia’s Law of the Rights of Mother Earth was announced to the world in late 2010, international media described the new legislation in glowing terms ---...

How to pay for saving biodiversity

  Originally published by Science Magazine The 1992 Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) was one of the first international environmental agreements negotiated. In the same year, the Global Environment Facility...

In Defense of Biodiversity

Originally published by Yale Environment 360 A number of biologists have recently made the argument that extinction is part of evolution and that saving species need not be a conservation...

Why is connectivity important in the rainforest?

Dr. Tom Lovejoy, considered to be the "godfather of biodiversity," revels in the importance of a connected rainforest ecosystem in the Amazon and the role that his Camp 41 serves...

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