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A Beautiful Perspective

Sarah Feldberg

10 September 2018

San Francisco, California, United States

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With the population of bees dwindling, beekeepers take protecting the species seriously. Understanding how bees move throughout their lifecycle, San Francisco's Beekeeper's Association has put together a team of swarm...

NBC News

Linda Givetash

7 September 2018

Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Despite declining bee populations internationally, Amsterdam's bee population has stabilized and appears to be on the rise. Thanks to several initiatives such as insect hotels, the banning of pesticides and the creati...

The Washington Post

Karin Brulliard

30 August 2018

Ashland, Oregon, United States

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In Ashland, Oregon exists the one of a kind U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Forensics Laboratory. Handling both federal and international trade crimes, the lab uses a combination of forensic tactics to identify species...

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Adele Peters

27 August 2018

California, United States

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As bee populations continue to decrease, beekeepers and scientists are left searching for solutions to sustain the colonies that are left. One possible solution may be adding probiotics to the bee's diet. Similar to t...

The New York Times

Alissa J. Rubin

24 August 2018

Paris, France

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Beekeeping is on the rise in Paris, with over 1,000 hives already actively counted in city limits and beekeeping classes enrolled to maximum capacity. Although motives differentiate between beekeepers, all efforts are...

National Geographic

Vanessa Serrao

8 August 2018

Zambia

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Poachers are causing the population of lions in Zambia to decline at rapid rate. Conservationists working with the Zambian Carnivore Program are not only actively tracking the lions, but also teaching students about t...

Yale Environment 360

Christian Schwägerl

16 July 2018

Germany

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The bald ibis is an endangered bird that was once found abundantly in various parts of Africa, Asia Minor, Arabia, and Europe. Extinct in the majority of these places now, a German group has set out to reintroduce the...

The New York Times

Tejal Rao

3 July 2018

Jarrettsville, Maryland, United States

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Pollinators such as honeybees are critical to the ecosystem and to agriculture - responsible for pollinating about 1/3 of the nation's food crops - but they are endangered due to factors such as habitat loss and fungu...

Al Jazeera

Gelareh Darabi

26 June 2018

Canvey Wick, United Kingdom

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Insect populations are rapidly decreasing across Europe thanks largely in part to human-introduced pesticides. In Britain, entomologists are trying to slow the decline and reintroduce insects by turning abandoned site...

Christian Science Monitor

Felix Franz

18 June 2018

Kumily, Kerala, India

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With poaching on the rise in the South Indian Periyar Tiger Reserve, officials turned to the poachers themselves to see if they could turn their problem into a solution. In lieu of facing charges, the poachers became ...

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Tafline Laylin

18 June 2018

Tunisia

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Bee populations in Tunisia are declining in large part because of climate change and disease. The startup Smart Bee aims to help save the population by connecting beekeepers with veterinarians that can monitor the hea...

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Rebecca Wright

8 June 2018

Australia

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Record heat is killing coral reefs throughout the world. Recent research in Australia however has lead to the piloting of a coral fertility treatment known as Coral IVF that is showing promising signs of healing damag...

Ensia

Chloe Warren

6 June 2018

Tanzania

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In Tanzania, low-power wide-area networks (LPWAN) are a form of telecommunications technology that have the power to potentially stop poachers in their tracks when coupled with geolocation sensors. The application doe...

Pacific Standard

Katherine Laidlaw

5 June 2018

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

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Differing laws, policing, and management across borders has made it difficult to combat the huge industry that is Wildlife Crime, but a new approach in Canada is showing the way for some common ground. By collaboratin...

Al Jazeera

Yaara Bou Melhem

5 June 2018

New Zealand

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In New Zealand, the wetapunga is a large insect that is approaching extinction due to human causes. Because the species are critical to the ecosystem, the Auckland Zoo is focusing efforts on expanding education about ...

The Guardian

Tony Carnie

31 May 2018

South Africa

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As rhino populations continue to decrease at an alarming rate due to poaching, wildlife managers in South African reserves have begun to take matters into their own hands with emergency solutions such as dehorning. Al...

Pacific Standard

Jimmy Tobias

31 May 2018

San Francisco, California, United States

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Presumed extinct, some plants may just be very rare. With careful handling and habitat restoration, once lost species may be able to bounce back. In California, a biodiversity hotspot hit with heavy development, volun...

The Washington Post

Kevin Sieff

18 May 2018

Malawi

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Africa's wildlife have made headlines time and time again, as species find their way closer to extinction. There are some pockets of the continent, however that have provide refuge for species and allowed them to not ...

Yes! Magazine

J. Gabriel Ware

17 May 2018

Detroit, Michigan, United States

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Detroit Hives has a twofold mission of reducing urban blight and protecting bees. The nonprofit organization purchases low-cost vacant lots and transforms them into farms for bee hives. Its creative partnerships with ...

The Revelator

John Platt

11 April 2018

South Africa

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After 15 years of collecting dung and DNA from elephants, conservation biologist Samuel Wasser and his team were able to create a map documenting nearly all of the African elephant populations. With this in place, the...

Detroit Free Press

Frank Witsil

14 March 2018

Detroit, Michigan, United States

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With the bee population decreasing from 6 million hives to about 2.5 million hives since the 1940s, there has been an increase in discussion around the necessity of bees to the ecosystem. To help play their part in su...

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Emily Sohn

13 March 2018

United States

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Sometimes there's an equal amount to learn about failed solutions as there is about solutions that are working. In an attempt to save the lesser prairie-chickens that live in the American Great Plains from extinction,...

Scientific American

Cathy Watson

1 February 2018

Nainital distric, Uttarakhand, India

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Agroforestry, is the practice of planting trees around crops, which can yield many benefits to farmers and the environment. In India, agroforestry is helping tigers stay alive.

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Virginia Gewin

30 January 2018

United States

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The advancement of technology has created the capability to consider solutions never before possible. Conservation X Labs, a startup based in Washington, D.C., has committed their focused on marrying the worlds of con...

Public Radio International

Deepa Fernandes

23 January 2018

Galápagos, Ecuador

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Tortoises as well as other species native to Ecuador’s Galápagos Islands are facing increasingly critical threats due to climate change. Thanks to a program that is embedded in the Galapagos school system, however, hi...

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