Up to 70% of farmers in some countries are women…but guess who is making most farming decisions?

Want to change the world? Give women land rights

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Over half of the world's wild primate species face extinction, according to a scientific paper published today, co-authored by Conservation International scientists Russ Mittermeier and Anthony Rylands. Why we need to protect primates now.

Why Primates Matter

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If we want to prevent irreversible damage to Amazonia’s ecosystems, we must figure out which parts we can’t afford to lose. These maps are a good first step.

These 7 maps shed light on most crucial areas of Amazon rainforest

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Defying tradition, Cambodian women are speaking up to boost family incomes and protect the ecosystems they depend on.

In Cambodian floating villages, a bold voice helps women boost income

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Inspired by hit film 'Moana,' a new partnership will bring environmental education to remote Samoan communities — by canoe.

The hidden star of ‘Moana’: the Pacific voyaging canoe

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Nolsita Siyang is a farmer and mother of 10, yet she still finds time to patrol her local forest and make sure it's adequately protected.

On remote Philippine island, female forest rangers are a force to be reckoned with

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New research reveals there are now more ring-tailed lemurs in zoos than remain in the wild. CI’s Kim Reuter explains why — and how to keep this beloved species from disappearing.

Wild ring-tailed lemur population has plummeted 95% since 2000

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Countries & companies are pledging to reach zero net deforestation in the world’s largest tropical rainforest by 2020. Here’s how.

Stopping deforestation in the Amazon by 2020? It’s possible

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A scientific survey has confirmed high numbers of whales and dolphins in Timor-Leste’s waters.

Whale, dolphin ‘superpods’ could be an economic boon for one tiny country

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As dams rise along the Mekong, can leaders balance nature and development?

The trees that could make or break Mexico City’s future

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ICYMI: The world’s largest ivory market will soon be shut down.

China ban on ivory trade only first step to saving elephants, expert says

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Will 2017 bring us closer to or further away from a healthy planet?

What we’re reading: 2017 predictions edition

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Q1: The melting of polar ice could contribute to an increase of global sea level by as much as _____ by 2100.

What’s your climate IQ?

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China’s plans to close the world’s largest ivory market is a major milestone in fighting elephant poaching, but it won’t stop the ivory trade on its own.

China ban on ivory trade only first step to saving elephants, expert says

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Is protecting nature one of your New Year's resolutions? Take a look at our sustainability tips to help you help the planet.

What you can do

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