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Panda recovery program bolstered by two American expats

Panda recovery program bolstered by two American expats

Wendy Redal February 23, 2010 0

You may have caught the news recently about a very special FedEx delivery to China’s Sichuan province: aboard the company’s custom-appointed 777 jet were two distinguished passengers, headed from the U.S. to the Chengdu

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NHA Founder Ben Bressler Interview on Eco-Tourism

NHA Founder Ben Bressler Interview on Eco-Tourism

James Dziezynski February 12, 2010 0

Our own Ben Bressler was featured on Fox 31 in Colorado to share his thoughts on eco-tourism! We’re sorry, this video is no longer available from Fox 31!

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Protect Patagonia: Eat Sustainable Wild Salmon

Protect Patagonia: Eat Sustainable Wild Salmon

Wendy Redal February 8, 2010 2

The jagged coast of southern Chile is one of the most dramatic places on earth. A maze of fjords and islands, the topography is testament to the power of ice to shape a landscape.

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Asian Countries Pledge to Double Tiger Population

Asian Countries Pledge to Double Tiger Population

James Dziezynski January 29, 2010 0

A small ray of hope has given Asia’s dwindling tiger population a chance at recovering their numbers. A 13 country coalition has pledged to double the current paltry number of tigers in the wild

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Saving Coca Cola’s Adorable Polar Bears

Saving Coca Cola’s Adorable Polar Bears

Megan Koelemay December 23, 2009 0

Remember those cheerful Coca Cola commercials with the cute polar bears? The global soft drink company is now working to save the very environment they advertise

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Myth and Mystery in Mexico’s Monarch Kingdom

Myth and Mystery in Mexico’s Monarch Kingdom

Wendy Redal October 30, 2009 9

Each year around El Dia de los Muertos — celebrated Nov. 1 & 2 – the sky over the Mexican mountain village of Anguangeo becomes a flurry of orange. But it’s no swirl of

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More good news for endangered sea turtles

More good news for endangered sea turtles

Wendy Redal October 23, 2009 0

Imagine the sight of thousands of 100-pound sea turtles, packed side by side on an expanse of beach stretching for two miles along Mexico’s Pacific coast. It’s not an image that comes easily to

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A Suitcase Full of Trouble

A Suitcase Full of Trouble

Elissa Poma October 5, 2009 0

World Wildlife Fund’s podcast series, “Wild Things,” normally take listeners to rain forests, mountaintops and other far-flung field sites. But in the most recent edition, former National Public Radio correspondent John Nielsen unlocks a

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