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What Biodiversity Means to Us

Sudan, the last living male Northern White Rhino, passed away on March 19th, 2018, pushing the species near extinction with only 2 females left living in the world.   by Camille Cater   The Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem...

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Bees and Their Impact on Your Daily Coffee

By Caroline Markham   Chances are you rolled out of bed this morning, and the first thing that you did was start up a pot of coffee. Americans consume roughly 400 million cups of coffee--per day. So how do we get this beloved beverage? A lot of it points back to the...

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New National Parks Declared

Recently, National Forests were established in both Ecuador and Peru, meaning that millions of acres of beautiful, wild land are now protected- free from deforestation, human tampering and development of any kind. These actions were a result of the nations fulfilling...

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The Rumble Before the Strike

Rainforest Partnership’s Executive Director Niyanta Spelman has come back from an amazing journey with our community partner, deep within the Amazonian rainforest of Ecuador. We are lucky to be able to share with you some of the amazing photographs she took during her...

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This is a Different Rainforest

“Un momento,” says Santiago.  Niyanta and I are walking down the boardwalk towards the second boat dock on our way back to Sani Lodge from a long day in the community with the Sani Warmi, the women artisans’ cooperative.  We turn and watch Santiago turn left into the...

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Solar at Sani Lodge

As I drink my hot coffee on the deck, I watch a group of men dig small ditches across the property’s courtyard. They are using shovels and pickaxes.  Hauling a backhoe to the property would be a major endeavor.  The route through the water can only be navigated with a...

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