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June 2016 Archives

Communities lead the way in rainforest conservation in Guatemala

In the Maya Biosphere Reserve concessions where local communities sustainably harvest forest products have proved a boon for people and the forest alike — but their future is uncertain. Mongabay correspondent Sandra Cuffe investigates the complex forces at play in her series exploring challenges in the Maya Biosphere Reserve.

More… Jun 11, 2016

Epilogue: Conservation still divided, looking for a way forward

In this commentary, veteran Mongabay reporter Jeremy Hance shares his thoughts after completing his four part series 'Conservation Divided'.

Thirty years is not a long time in the history of the world, but a lot can change in 30 years. Thirty years ago the Soviet Union was still a thing, the human population was 2 billion smaller than it is today, and Pluto was still a planet. The Earth was also significantly cooler and it was still home to golden toads, baijis, and dusky seaside sparrows.

More… Jun 10, 2016