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  • Saving Species  and Storing Carbon in Laos

    Saving Species and Storing Carbon in Laos

    The lush Annamite Range, a mountain chain spanning the Laos-Vietnam border in Southeast Asia, is rich in beauty, biodiversity and carbon. Once inhabited by elephants, tigers and rhinos, human activities—particularly deadly snaring practices—have voided these forests of many large mammals...

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  • Pulling Rainforests Back from the Edge

    Pulling Rainforests Back from the Edge

    The concept of planetary tipping points is not new. It was first introduced 20 years ago by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). At that time, scientists believed global warming needed to reach 5°C for the worst to happen,...

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  • The True Value of Biodiversity

    The True Value of Biodiversity

    Last November, at the world’s most important climate change conference, something unique happened. These meetings, which bring together world leaders to address the threats of climate change, have typically given little time to biodiversity. At COP26, biodiversity was placed front...

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  • Saving the World’s Three Largest Rainforests

    Saving the World’s Three Largest Rainforests

    We all depend on the world’s rainforests for their invisible, almost magical, powers to absorb carbon dioxide and release the life-sustaining oxygen we require to survive on Earth. Literally the lungs of our planet, rainforests maintain an interdependent, symbiotic relationship...

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