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December 17, 2008
Namibia Proclaims Huge National Park in Former Diamond-Mining Area
The government of Namibia has taken a bold step to conserve some of the southern Africa nation’s unique natural heritage by establishing the Sperrgebiet National Park.
Dec. 10, 2008
CEPF and BirdLife Make First Grants in Cambodia and Vietnam
Nature conservation in Indochina took a small but significant step forward today with the approval of the first two small grants by BirdLife International in Indochina who act as the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund’s Regional Implementation Team.
October 7, 2008
New Research Shows World’s Mammals Face Growing Extinction Threat
Tropical deforestation, over-hunting and other environmental crises are wiping out the world’s mammals at an unprecedented rate, according to new research published by Science Magazine.
September 1, 2008
New Funding to Boost Conservation in the Pacific
Today nature conservation in the Pacific received a major boost with the launch of a new $7 million, five-year investment in the Polynesia-Micronesia biodiversity hotspot.
August 22, 2008
BirdLife and CEPF Call for Letters of Inquiry for Civil Society Conservation
A new $9.5 million, five-year investment in Indochina was launched today to conserve biodiversity by engaging and building the capacity of nongovernmental organizations.
August 13, 2008
BirdLife and CEPF Launch Funding for Civil Society Biodiversity Conservation
A new $9.5 million, five-year investment in Indochina will be launched this month to conserve biodiversity by engaging and building the capacity of nongovernmental organizations.
May 22, 2008
Invasive Species Threatening Bird Life of Fragile Phoenix Islands
Today a team of scientists is heading to the remote Phoenix Islands Protected Area on an urgent mission to eradicate rats
March 18, 2008
Fourteen Plant Species New to Nepal Identified
A team of ethnobotanists from Kathmandu have recorded 14 new plant species for Nepal recently.
January 31, 2008
Scientists Discover New Species of Giant Elephant-Shrew
A small, furry mammal with an elephant-like snout and distinctive gray face was discovered by a team of scientists from Italy’s Trento Museum of Natural Sciences and the California Academy of Sciences.
11 janvier 2008
Des partenaires globaux de l’environnement apportent 20 millions de dollars supplémentaires pour protéger les habitats menacés
La Banque mondiale et Conservation International ont signé aujourd’hui un accord portant sur 20 millions de dollars de nouvelles contributions apportées par le Fonds pour l’environnement mondial.
Enero 11, 2008
Socios Globales del Medio Ambiente Aportan $20 Millones Adicionales para Proteger Hábitats en Peligro
El Banco Mundial y Conservación Internacional firmaron un acuerdo hoy de $20 millones de dólares en nuevos fondos suministrados por el Fondo para el Medio Ambiente Mundial
January 11, 2008
Global Environment Partners Provide Additional $20 Million to Protect Endangered Habitats
The World Bank and Conservation International today signed an agreement for $20 million in new funds, provided by the Global Environment Facility.

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