Non-Profit Partners with California to Help Prevent Wildfires
After being ravaged by wildfires over the past decade, the California Bureau of Land Management is partnering with nonprofits to re-engineer forests to be more fire resistant. Prior reforestation policies [...]
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SOURCE Global Helps Create Sustainable Water Solutions for the Filipino Highlands
SOURCE Global announced their third successful collaboration with Conservation International to deliver sustainable clean drinking water to the Indigenous peoples of Palawan in the Philippines. The SOURCE Hydropanels will create [...]
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Show Elephants Return to Nature Sanctuary
Two performance elephants bred in captivity and raised in a zoo were returned to a 250-acre jungle sanctuary in Thailand. Facilitated in part by the COVID-19 pandemic recession, zoos, like [...]
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Conservation Programs Help Prevent Extinction of 48 Species
Since 1993, approximately 48 mammalian and bird species have been saved from extinction through acts of conservation. According to researchers’ models, these concerted actions have prevented the rate of mammalian [...]
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Scientist Discover New Manta Ray Nursery
In a rare ecological find, scientists have discovered only the third manta nursery in the world off the coast of South Florida.  The nursery was discovered after scientists observed a [...]
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Wolverines Return to Mount Rainer National Park
Wolverines have returned to Mount Rainer National Park for the first time in over 100 years.  Cameras within the park recently caught a mother and two nursing offspring. Park Superintendent [...]
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Elephant Shrew Rediscovered in Djibouti
Source: Steven Heritage at Global Wildlife Somali sengi, also known as the elephant shrew, have been rediscovered in the wild after not having been observed since 1968. The elephant shrew [...]
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The Elephant Boom in Kenya
A new baby has arrived! Wildlife officials in Kenya have reported an exponential increase in the births of baby elephants. Caused by the combination of disrupted international travel from COVID-19 [...]
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Americans are adopting a Green Lifestyle
New research suggests Americans are adopting a “green lifestyle.” A recent study found that 85% of Americans are making positive lifestyle changes because of increased ecological awareness. 31% of Americans [...]
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New Algorithm Unveiled to Prevent AI From Making Unethical Decisions
New research emerging out of the United Kingdom and Switzerland suggests there may be a mathematical solution for helping regulators and businesses police Artificial Intelligence systems’ biases. Researchers from the [...]
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