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WWF report claims half of all wildlife has disappeared in past 40 years; Christian group calls on believers to care for planet 1 October 2014
Article by Stoyan Zaimov for the Christian Post A World Wildlife Fund report released Tuesday claims that the planet's wildlife population, including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish,... (read more)

Mix of science and pleasure 1 February 2014
Article for Daily Nation by Rupi Mangat, about a visit to A Rocha’s field study centre on the Kenyan coast. High up in the sky, above the dark waters of the Indian Ocean, we can see the Orion clea... (read more)

Saving what we love 10 January 2014
‘Dueck and I talked a little about [the characters in The Year of the Flood], and then—surprise—right before me were two people who closely resembled the God’s Gardeners of my fiction. Leah and Mar... (read more)

Something New: The Delightful Conservationist 18 November 2013
Leah Kostamo has liberated me. I can now face my dark side: I love everything from sloths to moss and serve on three eco-friendly boards, but most environmental literature reminds me of toothpaste-... (read more)

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Research & Conservation newsletter now online 1 December 2014
Jeremy Lindsell vividly recounts his experiences in Ghana’s Atewa rainforest; Paula Banza talks about Portuguese moths and other pollinators; Peter Musembi is interviewed about coral reef research ... (read more)

A Rocha Ghana Chairman wins MIDORI Prize 1 December 2014
It was announced in September that Professor Alfred Oteng-Yeboah is one of three winners of the prestigious MIDORI Prize for Biodiversity 2014. Professor of Botany at the University of Ghana, h... (read more)

A Rocha Brazil’s training workshops: one woman’s response 1 December 2014
Netinha has set up a recycling project so that women can generate income for themselves and their families. She lives in Ibiapina, a small town in Ceará, one of Brazil’s poorest regions, where she ... (read more)

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International publications

ARIN 56 cover

A Rocha International News, issue 56, December 2014Special edition: Research & Conservation (PDF) (application/pdf, 1.6 MB, info)

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