Interviews & Articles
A bulletin about environmental issues and success stories in the Americas.
SEE Turtles director Brad Nahill recently visited several sea turtle conservation projects along the Pacific coast of Nicaragua and El Salvador, where he witnessed an integrated approach of scientific research, community outreach, education, and ecotourism.
Anecdotes and success stories from conservation field staff.
Jim Barborak talks with us about the Mesoamerican Trails project, a 13-year old initiative that is creating a regional network of ecotourism trails between protected areas stretching from Panama to Mexico, in order to provide benefits to parks and sustainable income alternatives for rural residents.
Revealing interviews with conservation leaders.
Mexico will begin implementing Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD +) activities in 2020. Alvaro Luna, director of the M-REDD+ Alliance, talked with us about the work the Alliance is doing to help prepare the government, civil society, forest communities, entrepreneurs and specialists for this great opportunity.
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