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WATCH: Director Jon Forrest Dohlin speaks with Anderson Cooper on the myths about .
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John Calvelli 9h
Supporting culture and checking something off my bucket list: meeting a member of the Talking Heads!
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.⁦⁦⁩ (left) of joins NYC Council Member (right) and award-winning songwriter at New York City Hall to call for a $25 million increase in funding for cultural organizations.
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BlueActionFund 14h
Today, we 🖋️€ 2.9 Mill. grant agreement with to promote marine conservation & sustainable livelihoods in the Western Indian Ocean. 🇰🇪🇹🇿🇲🇬
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John Calvelli 11h
⁩ and Deborah Cullen-Morales from the ⁦⁩ join ⁦⁩ in thanking ⁦⁩ for always supporting the cultural community in the Bronx.
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WCS Newsroom 17h
OP-ED: Don’t Cut Budget Support for New York Culture — Our Institutions Make the City What It Is | By James King, Kristina Newman-Scott, and Taryn Sacramone for
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WCS Newsroom May 20
Is urbanization good for nature? ⁦⁩ Dr John Robinson ⁦⁩ live on ⁦⁩ with ⁦⁩ gives New Yorkers the scoop. The answer is Yes.
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WCS May 20
Don't miss unexpected stories of wild . Some great films and discussion presented by WCS's and the . June 19 at the . Tickets available:
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Arctic Beringia May 20
It's not a time to tinker; rather, "...the report is very clear about the level of transformative change required to achieve sustainability." Compelling statement in the journal Nature on the recent biodiversity assessment. Photo: Zak Pohlen
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WCS Newsroom May 20
Briefing: 052019 - - Stories on World Bee Day, Agroforestry, Salmon Farming, Botswana's Elephants, and more.
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WCS May 20
In 1997, Bongo experienced severe die-off in northern Congo. So how are they recovering? An example of how good science aids .
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WCS Newsroom May 20
Coming in June: hosts a week-long celebration with a volunteer clean-up of (June 1st) and a “March for the Ocean” on (June 8th)
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WCS May 17
From less than 500 to 15,000 today. The Burmese star tortoise was on the brink of extinction - now it's making a comeback. Please give now to help us save more wildlife:
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The Narwhal May 16
We all benefit from healthy ecosystems, but it shouldn't be up to any one community to bear the burden of making long-overdue changes to the way we protect wildlife and wild places, writes scientist Justina Ray of
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Sue Lieberman May 14
We must -- and also work w/ governments to CLOSE ALL DOMESTIC IVORY MARKETS.
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SMARTConservation May 15
Tune in next Wednesday @ 08:30 (GMT-4) for the Global Wildlife Program Webinar: "Using SMART at scale for effective wildlife protection" Details & info on how to join the webinar here:
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WCS Newsroom May 15
Thank you with for visiting for . Summer is around the corner. Nature is here!
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Sue Lieberman May 14
is proud to be a Member of Transport Taskforce and a Partner of the Financial Taskforce. I was @ both meetings today. Great to be part of these partnerships w/ transport &financial sectors. Must strengthen enforcement, prosecutions, communications-& stop wildlife crime.
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WCS Ocean May 14
Very grateful to have the support of for critically important work towards reef resilience and strong networks in the Western Indian Ocean!
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Arctic Beringia May 14
Black-bellied Plover and plastic on a remote beach in Guatemala. "Protect Birds: Be the Solution to Plastic Pollution." It will take all of us on every day to reduce the plastic getting into the environment, our wildlife, and ourselves. Photo: Zak Pohlen.
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