M.S. Sustainability Management alum Wendy Hapgood co-founded the Wild Tomorrow Fund, which is currently rewilding a large tract of land in South Africa.
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With mothers and calves among the last nine or so porpoises, recovery is still possible. This is a rare instance where a small, specific investment could help bring the vaquita back from the brink.
Through vessel strikes and noise pollution, the fishing industry in Chilean Patagonia creates challenges for local blue whale populations.
A newly elected constitutional assembly is charged with rewriting Chile’s constitution from scratch, with strong representation from Indigenous peoples and environmentalists, including glacier activists.
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When a species spreads too slowly to escape climate dangers, should humans assist them in migrating into nearby territories?
Her new book charts the ways conservation is becoming a movement for the protection of all species — foreign and domestic, ugly and cuddly, plant and yes, even human.
Canadian author Lynn Martel recently released a book filled with stories about the wonder of glaciers and the people who interact with them.
A new study traces the political and economic forces that led to the creation and development of Los Glaciares National Park in Patagonia.
A new study looks at the links between religion and attitudes toward the environment.