Research in Translation
Knowing, Knowing, Known: Local ecological knowledge and biodiversity conservation
No Monkey Business: Howler Monkey Reintroduction Restores Ecological Interactions And Processes In The Brazilian Atlantic Forest
A new view of a conflict over an old forest
Where Tourism meets Conservation: Translating Emotions into Actions
Tourism consumption of biodiversity: Building resort thatched huts influence tropical forests in unexpected ways
Capturing fish biodiversity with molecules and movies
The sounds of science: using acoustic recordings to monitor biodiversity
A List for the Optimist: The IUCN Green List of Species
Ivory poaching is not the only problem in elephant conservation
Past, present, and future of a freshwater fish metapopulation in a threatened landscape
Freshwater turtles in the city, the country, and everywhere in between
Creating Arti-fish-al Habitats
Hope for rare tiger conservation on the northern Chinese border.
Crowdfunding Biodiversity Conservation
Madagascar’s lemurs are menaced by hunting.
Above the horizon: Inhalation of metals during oil spills also a threat to marine wildlife
When conservation clashes with culture
Using public surveys to reliably and rapidly estimate the distributions of multiple invasive species on the Andaman archipelago
A bird in the bush is worth $223,851 in the hand
Flying Insects Plummet
Beyond our backyard: Expanding the scope of ‘community’ support for the protection of the Great Barrier Reef
Power lines alter migration patterns
A new look at non-native species
Where are primates poached?
Measuring the success of grassland restoration
What the sea nomads know
Why do black sparrowhawks come in different colours?
Reinventing professional forestry education in dynamic governance regimes
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