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Assembling the pieces for ‘landscape-scale’ conservation investments By David Bank – ImpactAlpha – January 9, 2018 – Video More than $3 billion in committed capital that has already been raised for investments in food and agriculture, habitat protection, clean water … Continue reading

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Sea Level Rise Is Unlocking Decades-Old Pollution Daily JSTOR – December 5, 2017 By Roberta Kwok – Hakai Magazine – January 10, 2018 In 2015, Kate Tully visited farms near the eastern shore of the Chesapeake Bay. She was investigating … Continue reading

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Habitat on the Edges: Making Room for Wildlife in an Urbanized World By Richard Conniff – YaleEnvironment360 – January 3, 2018 One morning not long ago, in the southern Indian state of Karnataka, I traveled with a Wildlife Conservation Society … Continue reading

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How to build a city that doesn’t flood? Turn it into a sponge Daily JSTOR – December 5, 2017 Urban floods make the news with alarming regularity. Just in the past few months, Hurricane Harvey submerged Houston, and the seasonal … Continue reading

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Changing Behaviors Vs. Changing Values: An Argument Over How to Save Nature By Brandon Keim – Anthropocene Magazine – December 20, 2017 In order to protect species from extinction, habitats from destruction, and prevent the impoverishment of Earth’s nonhuman life, … Continue reading

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A Response For People Using Record Cold U.S. Weather To Refute Climate Change By Marshall Shepherd – Forbes – December 28, 2017 If you are reading or watching the news, winter weather is the current headline. Negative wind chills, feet … Continue reading

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Fenced Nature Preserves Have Benefits Beyond Their Boundaries By Robert Lawrence – Hakai Magazine – December 15, 2017 With few exceptions, New Zealand has been free of land mammals since it broke away from Australia and Antarctica 80 million years ago. … Continue reading

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Coastal Kids’ Books to Cozy Up with This Season By Raina Delisle – Hakai Magazine – December 7, 2017 Long after the Hatchimals have hatched, their batteries have died, and they’ve been relegated to the donation bin, a good book … Continue reading

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Stopping the next wave of invasive species in Saskatchewan lakes By Costa Maragos – University of Regina – December 5, 2017 Invasive species continue to be a critical threat to freshwater ecosystems in Saskatchewan and across North America. But the species … Continue reading

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Pay-for-Performance: Bringing the Best of the Private Sector to Realize Wetland By Shannon Cunniff – Restore the Mississippi River Delta – December 6,2017 Over the next 15 years, Louisiana will receive billions of dollars for coastal restoration from Gulf oil … Continue reading

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