International Conservation News

The conservation news section provides the latest news from various sources on conservation, environmental science and wildlife. AFC aims to raise interest in current issues to raise awareness and promote the support of conservation.

2016/07/01 - The unprecedented project will generate cash returns of at least $77.5 million...
2016/07/01 - High-level session closes productive Africa Carbon Forum 2016...
2016/07/01 - The furor after a trophy hunter killed Cecil the Lion last year hasn’t slowed the catastrophic decline in lion populations.
2016/06/28 - The Green Star Awards emphasize the nexus between the environment and the need to safeguard communities from the environmental impacts of emergencies...
2016/06/27 - Speech made at the United Nations/Kenya Conference on Space Technology and Applications for Wildlife Management and Protecting Biodiversity...
2016/06/27 - Solheim pledges to tackle major environmental issues such as ocean and air pollution, climate change, and nexus between conflict, migration and the environment...
2016/06/20 - A recent census suggests the endangered antelopes in Kazakhstan are making modest gains after illness wiped out most of the species.
2016/06/17 - New UNEP study identifies opportunities for green economy transformation...
2016/06/17 - By dating bones and teeth from megafauna found in South America, researchers found that prehistoric extinctions were tied to warming and the presence of humans.
2016/06/14 - In 2014, researchers used traps and cameras to try to determine how many Bramble Cay melomys were left on a tiny outcrop in the Great Barrier Reef. They found none.
2016/06/13 - From gorillas in captivity to the use of painkillers, articles in the Science Times section elicit varied points of view.
2016/06/13 - A report by Democrats on the House Natural Resources Committee challenges claims that revenue from big-game hunts helps broader conservation efforts.
2016/06/09 - As mountains of garbage on Staten Island go from landfill to grassland, the 2,200-acre habitat is attracting wildlife, including nearly a dozen species that are considered rare in the city.
2016/06/09 - Food waste, ecosystem services and green public procurement among pledged topics forming new Batumi Initiative on Green Economy...
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