PIPAP Weekly: news and related items for this week - Jan 18 2019


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Please find below a summary of news and related items for this week:

MOU To Increase Collaboration On Conservation And Management Of Biodiversity.

The Main Objective Of The Agreement Is To Develop A Partnership Between The Two Organisations That Will Enhance…

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Fiji - Cyclone Harmed Fijian Crab Fishery In 2016, Research Finds

The Research Could Help Government Agencies Address The Lingering Impacts Of Natural Disasters…

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Palau - Conservation And Ecosystem Recovery On Ngeanges Island, Palau

Island Conservation’s Palau Program Manager, Loyola Darius, Shares The Story Of Recovery On Ngeanges Island And…

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Many Small Islands, One Big Problem

Despite The Many Steps They Are Taking To Mitigate The Risks Of Climate Change And Adapt To A New World Of…

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Missing Half The Story: How Considering Gender Can Improve Ocean Conservation And Management

Why Incorporating Gender Perspectives Into Ocean Conservation And Management Isn’t Just The Right Thing To Do…

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World’s Most Popular Coffee Species Going Extinct

Savor That Cup Of Coffee While You Can. New Research Shows 60% Of Coffee Species Found In The Wild…

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Global Human Modification Map (HM) - Mapping Current Condition Of Landscapes

The Nature Conservancy In Collaboration With Conservation Science Partners Recently Produced The Global Human…

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I Live By The Sea International Youth Contest 2019

In This Edition Of The Contest We Expect From Participants To Use Any Type Of Visual Arts To…

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Top 10 Nature Photos Of 2018: Penguins, Sharks, And A Punk-Rock Turtle

Our Most Popular Instagram Posts Showcase Creatures That Inspire Vital Conservation…

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The Top 10 Ocean Conservation Victories Of 2018

The Lack Of Major Ocean Conservation Victories In 2018 Is Not For Lack Of Trying. Scientists Have Done…

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EcoWatch Exclusive: Ocean Conservation Expert Carl Safina On The Tuna That Sold For $3 Million

Bluefin Tuna Made The News This Week When A 612-Pound Specimen Of The Fascinating But Vulnerable Fish…

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How A ‘Blue Belt’ Could Save 4 Million Square Kilometres Of The World’s Oceans

A Little Over A Year After David Attenborough Warned In Blue Planet II That Marine Habitats Are Being Destroyed, The UK…

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Tourism’s “Invisible Burden”: Major New Report

After Decades Of Steady Growth, International Tourist Numbers Surpassed 1 Billion For The First Time In 2012. The Report Shows…

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Best wishes for the weekend ahead,

Vai