Tag Archives: conservation

The Snow Leopard: Back from the Brink

Conservationists, insurance schemes and homestays have transformed the fortunes of one the world’s most endangered animals.

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Arganauts Against the Desert

Are Berber women in Morocco’s argan groves holding back the spreading Sahara by producing a first-world luxury?

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After Maathai: Women Taking Charge to Save the Environment

How does the legacy of the late Nobel Prize-winning environmentalist Wangari Maathai live on?

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Water: The Elixir of Life

Why could water become one of the world's most precious natural resources?

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Facing the Challenge of Climate Change

What are the risks of inaction when it comes to climate change?

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Jordan’s Dry Times

Is Jordan’s scarce water supply going down the drain?

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Cuba: An Island in Time

How did Cuba revolutionize its agricultural techniques to become a self-sufficient nation?

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Lakes — An Endangered Species?

To what extent is the depletion of lakes impacting the tension between nature and industry?

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A Storm of Historic Proportions

Is the world currently enjoying its last moments of relative peace before a major catastrophe will occur?

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