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A Māori community leans on tradition to restore its forest

Money for honey To maintain autonomy, manage the forest as they see fit, and see the community thrive, it definitely helps to have...

Microplastic pollution in world’s oceans poses major threat to filter-feeding megafauna

A study published in the journal Trends in Ecology & Evolution last month looks at how filter-feeding marine animals like baleen whales, manta rays,...

Belize creates one of Central America’s largest biological corridors

On Feb. 13, the government of Belize approved the 110-square-kilometer Belize northeastern biological corridor.The corridor aims to provide safe passage for wild animals like...
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