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World’s Largest Conservation Conference Celebrates Big Wins

The National Wildlife Federation’s International Wildlife Conservation team, Senior Climate Scientist, and Associate Director for the Pacific joined with our Hawai‘i state affiliate, Conservation Council for Hawai‘i, in representing the …

Achieving Zero Deforestation Agriculture

Since 1936, the National Wildlife Federation has worked to conserve the nation’s wildlife and wild places. As part of our 80th anniversary celebration, we are recognizing important moments in our …

Help Define a Sustainable Future for All

This is happening on our watch: so what are we doing about it? A whole lot, but not enough and not nearly fast enough. Our window of opportunity is closing, …

Highlighting Indigenous Kinship with Nature

The upcoming International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)’s World Conservation Congress (#IUCNCongress) in September is our opportunity to share with other global citizens our amazing islands. WCC, long …

The Olympics of the Conservation World: Coming to Hawai‘i

Planet at the Crossroads

South Korea Broadens International Green Campus Movement

New Global Analysis Shows Value of Conservation

The future of life on Earth is on the negotiating table in Nagoya, Japan as delegates from more than 190 countries grapple with carrying out the United Nations Convention on …

Bangladesh Leopard Discovery Renews Hopes for Species Survival

Bangladeshi conservationists reported on a rare leopard cub captured by villagers in the southeast of the country.  The say it renewed hopes for the survival of the critically endangered species. The Myanmar News …

New Report: Imperiled Species of the World — The Red List

  |   July 7, 2009

The International Union for Conservation of Nature recently issued its Red List report — assessing the status of species in the global environment.  The news is The New York Times …

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