Publications tagged `CONSERVATION`
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Center for Biological Diversity The Center for Biological Diversity is a national, nonprofit conservation organization with more than 1.6 million members and online activists dedicated to the protection of endangered species and wild places. More info at www.biologicaldiversity.org 9,579
Wild Without End Defenders is committed to the sustainable conservation of wildlife for future generations. 5,393
Westwise Stories about public lands and the outdoors from the Center for Western Priorities 1,158
Updates from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is working with others to conserve, protect, and enhance fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people. 794
The Natural World Connect with the world that sustains us. Few pursuits are more valuable. 178
Conserving the Nature of the Northeast We conserve nature in the northeast U.S. for the benefit of wildlife and the American people. Love your natural and wild places! Explore the world around you by hiking, fishing, hunting, and volunteering. More info at fws.gov/northeast 158
In Rare Form Stories and insights from the frontlines of community-led conservation 105
Conservation in Action Behind the scenes look at projects to help wildlife and people 80
WCS Conservation Solutions By discovering how to save nature, we can inspire everyone to work with us to protect wildlife in the last wild places on Earth. 58
Communities for Conservation A WCS blog on securing nature for people and wildlife. 37
WCS 3-Sentence Science Each year, Wildlife Conservation Society scientists publish more than 300 peer-reviewed studies and papers. “WCS 3-Sentence Science” is a regular tip-sheet — in bite sized helpings — of some of this published work. 31
Student Conservation Corner Cutting-edge conservation science, summarized by WFCB undergraduates. 25
The Himalayan Community Conservation & Innovation through Naturenomics 21
Eating to Save the Planet When it comes to food, we can all be more deliberate: ask where that fish comes from, choose the locally grown option, order the more sustainable plate. If all the world’s foodies recognized that they too are conservationists, we could make a tremendous difference. 21
conservationwatch Posts from conservation-watch.org, edited by Chris Lang 18