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Protecting Tigers from Asia’s Infrastructure Development Boom

By Will Green and Jamie Chung This blog draws on findings from a new report from Dalberg and WWF — Protecting Tigers from Asia’s Infrastructure Development Boom. Tigers have travelled a rocky road over the past hundred years. Decimated from … Continue reading

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Great Barrier Reef Under Threat from Planned Port Expansions to Export Fossil Fuels

By Simon Allan The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest coral reef system and the only living structure that can be seen from space with the naked eye. Located on the eastern coast of Australia, the Reef is home … Continue reading

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On World Oceans Day, Using the Ecosystems Approach – and Good Measurement – to Remove Obstacles to Ocean Sustainability

By Wijnand DeWit Oceans and seas cover more than 70% of the Earth’s surface. These bodies of water regulate weather and climate, sustain the water cycle, absorb 30% of emitted CO2, recycle nutrients, and provide food resources – critical aspects … Continue reading

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Protecting Virunga National Park: Following Dalberg and WWF report, OECD agency launches examination of company exploring for oil in park

By Gill Cassar Virunga National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Democratic Republic of the Congo known for its wildlife-rich network of forests, savannas, rivers, lakes, marshlands, active and dormant volcanoes, and permanent glaciers. As Africa’s oldest … Continue reading

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