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9 Stunning Photos Show Raw, Remote Outback
From sun-splashed deserts to remote waterways, Australia’s Outback is one of the world’s last remaining wild places—and its most valuable asset is the people who live there.

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Fact of the Matter
6 Number of fully protected marine reserves that the Pew Bertarelli Ocean Legacy Project seeks to add around the world by 2022.

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Pew Announces 11 Marine Fellows
From Arctic shipping routes to coral bleaching, our 2017 class of marine fellows is focusing on some of the planet’s most pressing ocean issues. The work of these 11 scientists and conservation leaders is important to protecting species and habitats.

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Our Parks Need Love—and Almost $12 Billion
America’s national parks need more than visitors. They need funding for overdue repairs—almost $12 billion.

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Shark Conservation Sees Global Gains in 2016
From new international trade protections to additional domestic sanctuaries, 2016 was a good year for sharks in many ways. Revisit crucial safeguards secured last year, and look ahead to new challenges in 2017.

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About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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