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20/20 Vision in 2020

20/20 Vision in 2020

In this first month of 2020, we look at the decade ahead of us with many challenges and opportunities on the horizon. How can we ensure our 2020 vision is 20/20? We see insufficient action from governments to meet their Paris Agreement commitments. We see devastating...

COP25: What you need to know, starting with the basics

COP25: What you need to know, starting with the basics

I’ve heard of COP25, but what is it? The acronym COP25 refers to this year’s meeting of the signatories to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)—an annual meeting of international governments formally known as the Conference of the...

COP25, Rainforests, and Climate Change

COP25, Rainforests, and Climate Change

Climate change is the most significant issue facing our planet today. Members of Rainforest Partnership are at the 2019 UN Climate Change Conference in Madrid, meeting with organizations and individuals from around the world to determine the most effective way to take...

Herpetological Exploration in the San Antonio Forest

Herpetological Exploration in the San Antonio Forest

Photo by Axel Marchelie From October 4 to 23, we studied the richness and make-up of the herpo-fauna of the San Antonio Forest, documenting its diversity and conservation value. Our team had high hopes with respect to this expedition since it is in a mountainous area...

Popular Products Causing Deforestation

Popular Products Causing Deforestation

Thousands are of trees are cut down all over the world, often illegally, killing the habitats of wildlife and releasing carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Between the years 1990 and 2016, 502,000 square miles of forest were lost due to deforestation. Many of us are...

Small Mammal Survey in a Biodiversity Hotspot

Small Mammal Survey in a Biodiversity Hotspot

Members of our team in Peru have just left on an incredible expedition in the cloud forest of San Antonio, in the central Tropical Andes of Peru. They will be documenting the unknown diversity of small mammals in the area, and maybe even discover new species. This...