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In the far reaches of northern Canada, a First Nation community is asserting its people’s rights and authority over 6.5 million acres of their traditional homelands.
By Page Buono
Vernal pools are as important to forest ecosystems as they are ephemeral. Go under the surface of these muddy waters and see what lurks below.
By Lindsey Liles
Changing how swordfish is caught can foster healthier oceans and bring more money to fishers.
By Matt Jenkins
Former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Henry Paulson on what it will take to finance biodiversity conservation.
By Dustin Solberg
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