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Trapped between growth and conservation  
Date: 17-08-16
Trapped between growth and conservation The rare Pau brasil tree on Brazil's east coast is dying out. Its population can only be boosted with the help of local communities who have to first be...  
End of the road for Laos elephants?  
Date: 17-08-16
End of the road for Laos elephants? The elephant population in Laos is dwindling at an alarming rate. With more animals dying off than being born, the pachyderms face a real crisis. Their numbers as...  
The Monarch butterfly's incredible migratory journey  
Date: 17-08-16
The Monarch butterfly's incredible migratory journey Millions of Monarch butterflies migrate to Mexico from Canada each winter. It doesn't just make for a fascinating natural spectacle but is crucial...  
A lifeline for Morocco's fishermen  
Date: 17-08-16
A lifeline for Morocco's fishermen A fish breeding center at a lake in Morocco's Atlas Mountains is meant to boost dwindling populations and help local communities secure their livelihoods through...  
Struggling to save Fiji's marine wealth  
Date: 17-08-16
Struggling to save Fiji's marine wealth The Pacific nation of Fiji is considered a paradise on earth. But in reality, the archipelago’s marine life is threatened. Researchers, politicians and...  
Rivers without fish in Peru  
Date: 17-08-16
Rivers without fish in Peru Deforestation and gold mining waste are taking their toll on Peru’s lushly biodiverse Amazon Basin. In a bid to reverse the trend and earn a living, local communities are...  
Kenya's largest river is a source of anger  
Date: 17-08-16
Kenya's largest river is a source of anger Kenya's Tana river once supplied water in abundance, but dams essential to the nation's power supply are having devastating effects on rural communities.  
An underwater referee fights for survival  
Date: 17-08-16
An underwater referee fights for survival A war is playing out in the depths off the coast of Brazil, where seagrass and algae threaten coral reefs. The parrotfish could be the solution - if it can...  
Putting a price on mangroves  
Date: 17-08-16
Putting a price on mangroves One of the world's richest ecosystems, mangroves have been severely eroded by shrimp aquaculture. Efforts are now underway to reverse the trend and ensure local fishermen...  
In conflict with tradition  
Date: 17-08-16
In conflict with tradition Mexico's Mayan population has always been deeply rooted in the forest. But today, their descendants have little choice but to exploit their home to survive. A forest...  
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